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OnePlus 3 leak hints at metal unibody design, 3000 mAh battery

OnePlus 3 is expected to come with an AMOLED display and house a large 3,000 mAh battery.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: May 27, 2016 11:45:17 am
OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3 leak, OnePlus, OnePlus 3 launch, OnePlus 3 price, OnePlus 3 specs, OnePlus features, OnePlus 3 rumours, smartphones, technology, technology news Based on the leaked image, OnePlus has replaced the sandstone-textured back, as seen in OnePlus 2 with a metal unibody design. (Source: Twitter)

OnePlus 3 is expected to launch within a month or so, and the company says the new product will “be awesome”. Now a new image of OnePlus 3 has been leaked by well-known tipster Evan Blass, who runs the @evleaks account on Twitter.

Evan Blass tweeted the picture saying, “There’s that logo. OnePlus 3 with AMOLED display and 3000 mAh battery.” Check out his full tweet here:

Based on the leaked image, OnePlus has replaced the sandstone-textured back, as seen in OnePlus 2 with a metal unibody design. Also, the camera, still placed at the center can now be seen in a square shape. The flash is right below the camera lens, instead of top in OnePlus 2.

OnePlus 3 is expected to come with an AMOLED display and house a large 3,000 mAh battery.

Earlier reports suggested the display in OnePlus 3 will still remain 1080p. The basics specs are similar to the OnePlus 2, other than the change in the processor and the bumped up camera.

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Vikas Agarwal, the company’s general manager, in an exclusive interview to IndianExpress.com had said: “It will be a winner and will live up to the expectations of our users and and set new standards like our previous OnePlus flagships.”

If rumours are anything to be believed, OnePlus 3 will run the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, come with 32GB storage (not 16GB as the base), and a 16 megapixel rear camera along with the Android 6.0.

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