The long-rumoured OnePlus 3 has made an appearance on the Chinese telecommunication regulatory agency, revealing design language and almost all key features.
In the last couple of weeks, we saw OnePlus CEO Pete Lau dropping hints on OnePlus 3, like how it feels to hold the device in hand and how good the front camera is, but never mentioned specific feature of OnePlus 2 successor.
Now, the device has reportedly appeared on Chinese telecommunication regulatory agency TENAA with images and spec-sheet, leaving nothing for us to imagine.
In the photo, OnePlus 3 is shown to have candy-bar shape having sharper corners. On the front, the phone features a camera at the top left corner and a physical home button, which many believe will also house fingerprint sensor like its predecessor.
On the back, it features an all-metal cover with two plastic bands (for radio) — one each on the top and the bottom. It also houses a square-shaped camera module with a single LED flash below it, with no sign of any laser emitter, which was a key camera feature in the 2015 model.
As per the OnePlus 3 spec sheet, it measures 152.6 (H) × 74.6 (Width) ×7.3 (thickness) mm in dimensions and weigh 160g.
It also features a metal-body with 5.5-inch full HD display and come packed with 2.15GHz quad-core (probably Snapdragon 820) CPU, 4GB RAM, a 16MP primary camera, an 8MP front snapper and a 3000 mAh.
Usually smartphones after passing the telecommunication regulatory body get released in a matter of a week or two.
From what we have gathered so far, OnePlus 3 is expected make its debut on June 14. Last year, OnePlus 2 was unveiled on July 27.
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