OnePlus 3 Specs Leaked Through AnTuTu Benchmark Results



OnePlus 3 specs appears in AnTuTu with 4GB of RAM and Snapdragon 820. Calling itself this device a few years ago, a small startup China, was made known to the world thanks to the presentation of an end stop range for a price much lower than other rivals more popular and entrenched in our markets companies, Flagship Killer offered us a leading software features and above most of its competitors thanks to CyanogenOS. Obviously, we talk about the OnePlus One, a terminal that war still has a lot to give.

Since the launch of this first terminal has all been hype for upcoming releases of the brand, while it is true that the OnePlus 2 slightly disappointed because of its software and the lack of some features such as NFC or fast charge, the company has continued through this terminal and the recent OnePlus X, with its policy of low prices and great features designs–and ultimately its policy of Never Settle.

A few months ago. thanks to one of the co-founders of OnePlus, Carl Pei, and we met some details of the new flagship of the company, OnePlus 3, which would be presented in June with a completely new design, but according to recent rumors the filing date brought forward to April this year. Today, thanks to a leak in AnTuTu we have seen on Android Community, we learned some more features of this future device, do you want to know ?.


As shown in this leak above, it is expected that the new smartphone will be  called OnePlus A3000 incorporate the processor’s top Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 820 accompanied by the GPU Adreno 530 with 4 GB of RAM that we saw in the Two model. In addition, we see that the company still does not make the leap to 2K resolution on your screen, as this will continue to have a resolution of 1080 × 1920. All this, as it could not be otherwise, powered by Android 6.0.1, the long-awaited version for users of other terminals OnePlus.

You can also see features, the resolution of the rear and front cameras, which are 16 and 8 megapixels respectively, and offer a great photographic experience as often accustom this brand of Chinese origin at its terminals .

We will have to wait until April to see in detail this course Flagship Killer, but the truth is that in principle, looks good, as long as the software and the price accompanying the terminal, especially if the so famous-and hated – invitation system is ruled out once and for all.(Source: Weibo)

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