OnePlus 3 is just days away from its official launch, but rumours are consistently flowing in from known and reliable sources. While the company is also keeping the excitement around the upcoming flagship afloat by teasing one detail at a time, OnePlus 3 is getting its fair share of coverage in the press. Recently, leaked images of the OnePlus 3, along with the specifications and the price, were leaked online.
OnePlus has so far confirmed that the 2016 flagship will be sold without invites from day one. In fact, the company is bringing world's first VR shopping experience, where buyers can place an order for the OnePlus 3 smartphone during the launch through VR. OnePlus shared a 6-second teaser video last week, but didn't reveal anything specific to the device. The video confirms the OnePlus 3 will be sold exclusively on Amazon.
OnePlus 3 will be officially launched on June 14 around the world, OnePlus CEO Carl Pei confirmed in a blog post on June 1. The open sales for the device will begin the same day at 3 p.m. EST. As for the device specifications and design, there have been some prominent leaks. Twitter user The Maligant shared four images of what appear to be of the OnePlus 3 smartphone. Similar design was spotted on Oppo Mart, where the handset is listed for $369.
Oppo Mart's listing of the OnePlus 3 reveals several more details, such as a 5.5-inch Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, 16MP primary camera, 8MP front snapper, fingerprint scanner, 3,650mAh Quick Charge battery, dual SIM support and Android 6.0 Marshmallow based Oxygen OS. Interestingly, the listing shows that OnePlus 3 will come in six variants, featuring different RAM and storage configurations.
OnePlus 3 is expected to come with either 4GB or 6GB RAM with storage options of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. It is unclear which model is carrying the $369 price tag. Nothing is officially confirmed yet, but the company will reveal the details at the launch next Tuesday.