It seems the OnePlus 3 will be launched by its Chinese maker well before its expected arrival timeframe. A fresh report is saying that April 7 has been chosen by the firm to be the date on which an event will be held in China in order to unveil the handset to the world.
This news comes from GizmoChina, which has also released an AnTuTu specs sheet of the supposed OnePlus 3. It shows the device to be the beneficiary of the Snapdragon 820 chipset, just like all other major flagship smartphones available right now.
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow has been shown to have been installed into the upcoming handset, but it will of course be accompanied by the OnePlus’ Oxygen OS additions. Apparently, a 16MP camera will be seen making its way onto its rear surface, whereas an 8MP snapper will occupy space on its front.
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Only a 5.5-inch 1080p full HD display will supposedly be making its way into the smartphone, with the company once again ditching the Quad HD resolution. It’s worth noting that the device’s main competitor, the new Xiaomi Mi 5 too has given the Quad HD standard a miss, opting instead for a 1080p display.
The leak is saying that the OnePlus 3 handset will ship with 4GB worth of RAM inside it. Moreover, there will even be 32GB worth of storage space present on it, aside from a microSD card slot that’s likely to be a hybrid one to allow dual SIM cards to be employed by users.
Let us now wait and watch whether April 7 is indeed the launch date of the OnePlus 2 and whether these above mentioned specs are true or not.