Designing beamforming techniques for the downlink (DL) of frequency division duplex (FDD) massive MIMO is known to be a challenging problem due to the difficulty of obtaining channel state information (CSI). Indeed, since the uplink-downlink bands are disjoint, the system cannot rely on channel reciprocity to estimate the channel from uplink (UL) pilots as in time division duplexing (TDD) system. Still, in this paper, we propose original designs for robust beamformers that do not require any feedback from the users and only rely on the transmission of UL pilots. The price to pay is that the beamformer is non-coherent in the sense that it does not leverage full knowledge of the phase of each multipath component. A large variety of novel designs are proposed under different criterion and partial phase knowledge.