Tuesday, 25 July 2017
Mobile

OnePlus 3 with 4GB RAM, 16MP camera spotted on AnTuTu

Chinese firm’s OnePlus 3 flagship smartphone, which was teased earlier this year has been spotted on AnTuTu benchmark, revealing what specs fans and interested persons can expect from the phone.

OnePlus has been working on its third flagship smartphone for months now, which Co-Founder Carl Pei claimed will sport a “new design,” at the beginning of the year.

The OnePlus 3 is expected to launch in the second quarter of this year. However, OnePlus is reportedly holding an event on April 7 in Beijing, and speculations are rife that the OP3 will be the star of the event.

According to the benchmark listing, the OnePlus 3 comes with the model number OnePlus A3000.

The smartphone under the hood will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, coupled with Adreno 530 for graphics rendering. The listing also said the OnePlus 3 will sport an impressive 4 GB of RAM.

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Considering these engine specs, the OnePlus 3 is an amazing device. The device comes with the latest processor and sports a considerably large RAM.

Users can rest assured that multitasking and execution of heavy apps will be seamless on the smartphone.

Furthermore, the device will bear a 16 megapixel camera on the back while an 8 megapixel front camera will also be on board. The listing added that the OnePlus 3 will run on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system.

The benchmark listing suggests that OnePlus may skip a QHD display in the OnePlus 3. However, it will come with a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and have 32 GB of inbuilt storage.

Although the memory space is quite large, it expected to be expandable via a microSD slot.

Carl Pei had recently said the new flagship will “captivate” users just as the company’s first handset, the OnePlus One, had.

He added that the OnePlus 3 will be arriving in the US and other markets as an unlocked smartphone and will be sold directly by OnePlus.

OnePlus will ship the handsets free of cost and will also be accepting payment via credit card, rather than only PayPal payments.