We are talking rumours here, but all the rumours point to a "cheaper" 6.1" LCD iPhone with similar looks to the X, next to an updated X and a Plus size model X: After reading an interview with the communications guy of OnePlus (https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/28/17152840/oneplus-6-notch-size-android-flagship) it made me wonder. Android makers are not able to replicate the iPhone X's bottom half because it's too difficult and expensive to engineer and therefore all of them have a bezel for the display drivers. They are still using OLED though and we know how nice and flexible those screens are. So how is Apple going to create a LCD screen with rounded corners, a cut out for FaceID and fold the screen on the bottom to put the display drivers behind the screen and make it low cost? Even if we forget about the low cost part, can these things even be done with LCD screens? My understanding was that at least the display drivers would need a bezel of some sorts. I'm thinking now that maybe the LCD version will have FaceID but no notch, just a small top bezel but also a bottom bezel.