Multiple leaks over the months have given such a clear picture of the OnePlus 3 that there may not be any surprises left by the time the offering is launched. With the D-day just around the corner, the smartphone will soon be introduced to the world.

Amongst the horde of leaks, a recent one coming from Napidroid further confirms the specs on the upcoming device. Reportedly, the offering is expected to come powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor with 6GB RAM and sport a 5.5-inch 1080p display. These details coincide with previous leaks and rumors confirming that this could well be what the OnePlus 3 will bring.

Folks at Napidroid employed the GFX benchmarking software and the smartphone in question revealed 53GB of storage, which means the 64GB prior to the software. As noted by TechRadar, rumors are rife that users will be treated to two options including a variant with 4GB RAM possessing 32GB storage and another one with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage. Earlier reports indicate that both the lineup will also include 64GB and 32GB storage options for the 4GB RAM variant and the 6GB RAM model, respectively. So, a total of four different models are expected to make the OnePlus 3 lineup.

Even the cameras suggested on the device being benchmarked were what tech aficionados are already expecting. The snappers rounded up to 16MP for the primary one and 8MP for the front-facing imager. The handset will be running the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow layered with OxygenOS. All of these details sit well with the leaks and rumors heard in the previous months, more or less confirming that this is what the OnePlus 3 will bring.

Just as it did with the predecessor, OnePlus will be launching the 2016 device in a virtual reality conference. This time around the setting will be that of a space-station. And much to the delight of fans, with no invites required this year, the offering can be ordered on the same day of the launch on June 14.