OnePlus 3 to have a new design, cost more than OnePlus 2, the company says
[Representative Image] In Picture: OnePlus 2IBTimes India/Anirban Roy

The photos of the alleged OnePlus 3 have been leaked online and they reveal that the device will be very different compared to its predecessor in terms of design.

Chinese technology blog Mobile Dad has got hold of the OnePlus 3 concept images. In the pictures, we see the device featuring a sleek design language with chamfered metal-frame around the edges.

On the front, OnePlus 3 is shown to house camera to the right side and a speaker in the middle, but it is kept little higher than the camera module. A Physical home button (understood to house fingerprint sensor) is placed at the bottom.

OnePlus 3 houses a concentric circle-shaped primary camera module with dual-tone LED flash and the trademark "1+" logo below it.

At the bottom, we see USB Type-C based port and on the side, we see the alert slider and volume rockers.

OnePlus 3: What we know so far

From what we have gathered, OnePlus 3 is said to sport a 5.5-inch full HD (1920x1080p) display and run Android Marshmallow OS powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 series quad-core SoC (System-on-Chip) and 4GB RAM. It is also expected to house a 20MP camera on the back.

Just a few days ago, CEO Pete Lau, while attending SURGE tech conference in Bengaluru, India, on Feb. 24, revealed that the third generation flagship smartphone will be unveiled in the second quarter of 2016.

Read more: OnePlus CEO Pete Lau talks OnePlus 3 release date, design and price: Plans to make 90% phones in India by 2017

Stay tuned for more updates.

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