Lenovo-owned Motorola didn’t have a huge impact in the flagship smartphone market in 2017, but its mid-range devices were undoubtedly attractive phones. For 2018, it looks like Motorola will try to turn things around like what these recent leaks are suggesting.

Droid Life shared a massive leak yesterday showing what appears to be Motorola’s entire smartphone lineup for 2018. The site offered a first look at the Moto X5, Moto X3, Moto Z3 Play, Moto G6, G6 Plus and G6 Play. Droid Life also leaked what appears to be a new 5G Moto Mod that would be able to bring 5G compatibility to Motorola’s Moto Mod compatible phones.

The Moto 5X

The Moto 5X is expected to be the direct successor to last year’s Moto X4. Keeping up with today’s smartphone trend, the X5 features a “borderless” design with minimal bezels. The handset comes with a 5.9-inch full HD+ 18:9 aspect ratio display.

At first glance, the Moto X5 looks like any of Motorola’s most recent Moto phones. However, when people look closer, the handset appears to have an iPhone X-like notch at the top portion of its display. Like on the iPhone X, the notch on the Moto X5 separates the icons for the time, battery, network signal and Wi-Fi connectivity on either side. The display notch on the X5 also appears to house a pair of cameras with the speaker between them. The handset has dual cameras on the back.

Another thing that stands out with this leaked photo of the phone is that the device doesn’t appear to have a fingerprint scanner in front of the device like on previous Moto smartphones. What the Moto X5 does have however is a new white software button that’s a bit reminiscent of the iPhone X’s home indicator bar.

Droid Life speculates that this new software button will function as the phone’s new navigational buttons that will be controlled with swipe gestures. Users may also have the option to have the traditional 3-button setup on the screen.

So where’s the fingerprint scanner? There doesn’t appears to be one. There’s also no way of telling if it’s underneath the display or if the “M” logo on the back will function as one. The leaked marketing material also hints at something that’s called “Moto XP,” which is simply described as “Moto’s Smart AI.”

The Moto G6 Lineup

Droid Life says that the new Moto G6 line will largely have the same design as the 2017 Moto X4. All of them will have the puck-shaped camera module on the back and will use Motorola’s 3D glass design instead of the all-metal build from the Moto G5. Like with the Moto X5, all of the new G6 models will have 18:9 displays.

The Moto G6 will have a 5.7-inch full HD+ display and will be powered by the Snapdragon 450 with 3GB/4GB of RAM, 32/64GB of Storage and a 3,000mAh battery. The Moto G6 Plus bumps the screen size up to 5.93 inches with the same full HD+ resolution with a Snapdragon 630 processor and a slightly larger 3,200mAh battery. Both handsets will feature front-mounted fingerprint scanners, dual 12MP+5MP cameras on the back and single 16MP shooter up front.

As for the Moto G6 Play, the handset will have a 5.7-inch 720p HD display and a massive 4,000mAh battery. There’s no other information on the G6 Play’s internal specs.

The Moto G6 and G6 Plus are expected to be announced during MWC 2018 next month. The regular G6 is expected to cost around $240, while the G6 Plus could cost around $330. No word yet on pricing and launch date for the G6 Play.

Moto Z3 & Moto Z3 Play

Both Moto Z3 models will have 6-inch full HD+ 18:9 displays. Like the X5, The new Z3 models will have an all-display front with no sign of a fingerprint scanner and will have the same white software button on the bottom of the display. The Z3 and Z3 Plus don’t appear to have an iPhone X notch and both models are Moto Mod compatible.

Droid Life says Motorola is also preparing a third Z3 model that will arrive later this year. There’s no word on what that model will be named, but it’s expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, the same chipset that will power most flagship Android smartphones this year.

Are These Fake?

Android Authority pointed out that the leaked marketing materials all appear to have oddities. Overall, these marketing materials don’t seem to be polished and have some mistakes.

Notorious leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) said on Twitter that these may simply be early drafts and some of the “mistakes” pointed out may have been misconstrued as such. Blass also said bluntly in an earlier tweet that “they are not fake.”