OnePlus started its journey with a device that almost became a Cult device. Right developers to bloggers to the end users whosoever used it, became an instant fan. Such a revolutionary product it was! It’s pricing, hardware, and actual performance was just near perfect.Although OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X have been successful but failed to repeat the success that OnePlus One achieved. It’s time, however, to see what OnePlus 3 has in store for us.
Although OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X have been successful but failed to repeat the success that OnePlus One achieved. It’s time, however, to see what OnePlus 3 has in store for us.
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OnePlus 3 is expected to launch around the end of June 2016. OnePlus’s CEO Carl Pei had mentioned that the design of the new device will be totally different than its predecessors. Also going by the ritual of reading though leaked benchmark reports, then let us tell you, this will be a very powerful device and will sport a 6GB ram and a Snapdragon 820 chip coupled with Adreno 530 GPU and runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
OnePlus 3 or OP3 will have a 5″ Full HD screen with 1920*1080 pixels resolution. On the storage part it will come with 64 GB and if we go by the rumours, OnePlus will do away with 16GB device but will have a 4GB RAM + 32GB ROM variant for OP3. It will come with a 16MP rear camera with a 4K recording capacity and an 8MP front camera with full HD recording.
It will come with a 16MP rear camera with a 4K recording capacity and an 8MP front camera with full HD recording. The Camera seems to be a highlight of the upcoming device as we got hold of an image posted on Weibo by OnePlus’ co-founder/CEO Carl Pei which had amazing details and great color reproduction.
OP3 finally coming with fast charge technology, something that was highly missed in OnePlus 2 is. The recent leak with Chinese certification with the charging technology onboard suggests the same. OnePlus seems to have borrowed this from another Chinese brand OPPO.
We have no information about its pricing, though, Carl Pei said earlier this year that OnePlus will use more “traditional marketing” techniques and provide a “better buying process,”. This indicates that we may not have the invite system this time around. What do you think should be the best price for such a powerful device and what all features you would like to see, by commenting below.