Huawei is set to unveil its latest flagship line, the Mate 30 series, on Sept. 19. Noted tipster Evan Blass, however, got his hands on some photos showing how the devices look like, and shared them on the internet for all the world to see.

The leaks (via The Verge) confirm previous reports saying there will be three new models in the Mate 30 lineup: the higher-end Mate 30 Pro, the standard Mate 30, and the lower-end Mate 30 Lite. All three differ in displays, front camera placements, and more. All of them, however, will not have Google apps or services due to Huawei’s inclusion in the Entity List.

Here’s a quick look at their features

Mate 30 Pro

The images reveal that the Mate 30 Pro has the widest notch among the three, likely for the sensors that will be used for face unlock. The new flagship will also feature the “waterfall screen” similar to what Oppo and Vivo has. This display sharply curves at the left and right edge.

At the back of the device, there appears to be four sensors placed inside a circular camera cutout, located at the center of the phone. There’s a Leica branding, indicating that the new device will sport Leica’s cameras. Previous reports reveal that this camera setup might include two 40MP sensors and an 8MP telephoto sensor. There could also be a time-of-flight sensor included in the setup.

There’s a Porsche Design edition for the Mate 30 Pro. This model has a leather covering on its back, and comes in black and red.

Mate 30

The Mate 30 looks like it will have a smaller notch compared to the one on the Mate 30 Pro. MSPowerUser said this could be because the phone will use fewer sensors for face unlock. Also, unlike the Mate 30 Pro, its display doesn’t curve at the edges. The images do not reveal what’s at the back of the smartphone as well. Fans will have to wait for Huawei to officially unveil it.

Mate 30 Lite

Last comes the Mate 30 Lite, which looks very different from its more powerful siblings. This smartphone has its front camera placed in a hole-punch located at the top left side of the display. Its rear cameras are placed inside a square-shaped cutout, which is located above a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

All three were previously reported to feature a Kirin 990 chipset, which will allow them to record 4K videos at 60FPS. That information has been corrected by Blass, who tweeted that the Mate 30 Lite will be powered by a Kirin 810 chipset.

The Huawei Technologies Co. logo is displayed at the Huawei headquarters on March 29, 2019, in Shenzhen, China. Photo by Billy H.C. Kwok/Getty Images