OnePlus 3 specs have been leaked. A few days before the official announcement of flagship phones, key specs leak have become a trend in the smartphone world.
Take Samsung or iPhone for example. Most of the times, what we call rumors are specifications or features these devices launch with. I wonder if the companies give hints to customers about what to expect and what not to expect from upcoming phones by leaking the key specs themselves.
OnePlus 3 specs were spotted by GizmoChina, a Chinese website, via the AnTuTu Benchmark test. According to the stories surfacing on the Internet, OnePlus 3 will pack Qualcomm’s latest chipset, Snapdragon 820.
The phone is also said to be coming with 32 GB storage; the 16 GB option will not be available. This next flagship from OnePlus will run on Android Marshmallow. While the rear camera is rumored to have 16 megapixels, the front camera will be 8MP. This phone with model number A3000 will sport a 5.5-inch screen and will support full HD resolution.
The OnePlus 3 specs leak also suggest that the flagship will pack Adreno 530 graphics, quad-core processor and 4GB RAM. Rumors also hint at the release date being on April 7, but in China so far. On the contrary, a OnePlus spokesman, in a statement given to Android Authority, has confirmed that the phone is not coming out next week. Here is what he said about the rumored release date:
“The April 7 event is focused on the China market. We will not be launching our next device then. The only thing we can confirm is that [it] will be an awesome product”
According to a report published by International Business Times, “OnePlus 3 rumors also suggest that Microsoft is already building a Windows 10 Mobile ROM for the smartphone. Previously leaked photos of OnePlus 3 variants will be featuring different rear panels made from sandstone and ceramic. Other rumored features of OnePlus 3 include USB Type-C port, dual-LED flash for the rear camera and a battery of 3500 mAh capacity.”
Looks like OnePlus 3 is going to be an interesting phone.
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