'OnePlus 3' Release Date, Specs, Price: Two Series; VR Experience on The Launch? [WATCH]


"OnePlus 3" release date, specs and price leaks indicate two series plus VR experience on the launch.

"OnePlus 3" specs leak

An article published by CNET describes what could be featured in "OnePlus 3". The upcoming flagship will have a screen display of 5.5 inch size 1080 p. The processor uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with possibly Android N platform as OS. Google Android N has also been making news after Google I/O event reveals the newest OS, which according to University Herald, has better feature compared to Apple iOS.

GSMArena has learned that Android N was tested in the phone but there is also a huge possibility that it will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Furthermore, the rumor leak also points out two types of storage, 32 GB and 64 GB on board and two types of RAM, 4 GB and 6 GB.

Front selfie camera will have 16 MP lens. NFC technology, which was not available in "OnePlus 2", could be featured in the next OnePlus generation. Based on a render image of the smartphone, the handset is said to be powered by 3,000 mAh battery. Given the huge capacity, it is likely to have improvement in specs, too. Possibly, AMOLED display.

"OnePlus 3" release date

The company announces the flagship release date, that will occur in June 14 at the OnePlus virtual space station. It is said to have VR experience but users can still 'watch it without a headset', as per a screenshot conversation leak.

"OnePlus 3" price

"OnePlus 3" price could be around $330 similar to the previous generation. Or, it could also be much more expensive given its premium features.

 "OnePlus 3" specs are not confirmed yet but fans still have three weeks to speculate and find more information before the flagship is unveiled on the VR launch. OnePlus is popularly known for privilege it gives to smartphone users. For instance, it could have limited sales to increase excitement or like a rumor leak that says those who attend the VR can order it first.

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