The OnePlus 3 may be one of the most exciting phones on the horizon but even though it’s not set to be official announced until June 14 we know almost everything about it.
Leaks of the OnePlus 3’s specs have been coming in thick and fast, and the latest by Napidroid – using GFX benchmarking software – only adds to the pile.
Like previous leaks before it, this latest one claims the phone will come with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 6GB of RAM.
The phone being benchmarked also comes with 53GB – which will probably be 64GB before software – of storage. The rumors point to a 32GB version of the phone with 4GB of RAM and a 64GB with 6GB of RAM.
Photo-wise the benchmarks suggest a 15MP sensor on the back and a 7MP sensor on the front – but both will likely be rounded up to 16MP and 8MP.
It will also come with Android 6.0.1 software with the OxygenOS overlay sat on the top. It’s much the same as we have seen before from OnePlus 3 leaks, which suggests we’re looking at the real deal.
The launch will be happening in virtual reality with a space station-themed location called The Loop playing host to the event.
You’re going to be able to buy the phone during the press conference in a virtual reality store. OnePlus has now killed the invite-only scheme so you’ll be able to buy it on day one – ras rumor has it OnePlus has over a million phones ready to sell.