OnePlus 3 Specs: See What’s New Got Leaked

If these aren’t rumors, we certainly know a bit about OnePlus 3 specs thanks to some leaks.

OnePlus 3 specs

The 2016 flagship model from the house of OnePlus has been under works for a major time now. The CEO of the company Pete Lau has said that their upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 3 is set to make an appearance before the first half of the year, most probably in June. And he further added that the smartphone will be surely the most “worthwhile” smartphone to purchase in this year.

Here’s a screenshot of AnTuTu benchmark listing posted in a report via GizmoChina. It reveals the OnePlus 3 specs along with its hardware. And this is something you will certainly love to read. The AnTuTu listing displays the new smartphone carrying A3000 as the model number. It comes with a Full HD display along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. It’s supported by 4GB RAM. The leak tells us that there will be 32GB of native storage. As far as the cameras are concerned, the primary camera will be 16MP, while the front will be 8MP for selfies.


The OnePlus 3 specs give you an idea of what you should expect to see in a flagship. Even as it looks like it may get an upgrade in the basic storage – climbing up to 32GB from the normal 16GB – as the listing suggests 32GB storage. As of now, OnePlus offers options for two storage variants – 16GB and 64GB.

We will know more about the OnePlus 3 specs in more details when the event on April 7 takes place. However, there’s a confirmation from OnePlus saying, the upcoming event won’t be for the release of the new device.

As this will be the first OnePlus flagship device this year, there might be a substantial refurbishment as far as the design is concerned. The CEO has also spoken about the phone’s design saying it took him more than three months for getting that right curve on the smartphone’s back.


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