Photos posted on Chinese social platform Weibo, spotted by AppleInsider, show the iPhone 8 with a Touch ID on the back of the device while other images do not show the feature on the rear of the smartphone.

One set of photos shows a bezel-less screen display and a Touch ID sensor on the back of the iPhone beneath the Apple logo. The images also show a vertically aligned dual-camera system on the back of the device. The vertical alignment, which differs from the iPhone 7 Plus’ horizontal position, had been previously rumored.

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The photo also shows a lack of glass on the back of the device. Previous rumors pointed to an iPhone 8 with a glass back for wireless charging.

The photos show the device in five colors, including white, which hasn’t been sold since 2011. The images also show silver, gold, matte black and jet black versions.

Meanwhile, a render seems to contradict the other images. The photo shows no Touch ID on the back of the iPhone 8. Both sets of images show no rose gold iPhone 8 version, which suggests Apple could discontinue the color.

Embedded Touch ID On iPhone 8?

Previous reports have said Apple’s 10th-anniversary phone, which could also be called the iPhone X, iPhone Pro or iPhone Edition, will come with an edge-to-edge OLED screen display with an embedded Touch ID. Apple recently was granted a patent for an edge-to-edge display and another patent for a Touch ID embedded in the display screen.

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This week, leaked photos of alleged iPhone 8 molds suggested the 10th-anniversary phone will not come with a Touch ID on the back of the device.

However, a schematic of the iPhone 8 leaked last month by Sonny Dickson shows a circular hole underneath the Apple logo, which points to a possible Touch ID placement on the back of the device, similar to how it is placed on Samsung’s Galaxy S8.

An analyst from Cowen and Co. previously said the embedded Touch ID feature was the one with which  Apple was having the most trouble. He gave three solutions in case Apple can’t fix issues with the feature: Ditch the Touch ID and rely on facial recognition instead or move it to the back of the device although it wouldn’t be user friendly, the analyst pointed out. The final solution would be to delay production of the iPhone 8 but still announce the device this fall alongside the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus.

The iPhone 8 is expected to be released in September and is rumored to cost more than $1,000. Previous reports have indicated the iPhone 8 will come with a 3D-sensing front camera and wireless charging.