In the upcoming event of Apple coming up this week, in which everyone is expecting to see what the company has in store for its products this fall. Among a lot of reveals and leeks, almost everyone is expecting three new iPhones which include an updated version of the iPhone X, a bigger version, and a cheaper, 6.1-inch LCD version, which a new rumor suggests will be known as the iPhone XC.

As we’re almost near to the official event, we have a lot of reports and news on our hands to contemplate about. If we merge all of the rumors in one place we get the result of a successor of iPhone X which seems like, it would be called the iPhone XS, while the larger iPhone X model might be called iPhone XS Max.

A new slide meant to be from a Chinese carrier’s marketing exhibition has been flowing on the Chinese social media site Weibo (via Macotakara and 9to5Mac), implies that the lineup will be the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Plus, and the iPhone XC, which appears a bit more in line with Apple’s traditional naming conventions. The slide also places the Chinese prices for the phones, which 9to5Mac assumes to be $699 for the iPhone XC, $900 for the iPhone XS, and $1000 for the iPhone XS Plus.

An additional leak showed off potential colors for the iPhone XC. Ben Geskin posted a series of pictures of prototypes to Twitter that indicates to show off the XC in red, white, and blue colors.

Evermore, it’s plausible that these reports could be inexact or doctored, but we’ll find out for sure on September 12th during Apple’s event.