With just a week to go until the official launch of OnePlus 3, more details about the offering are coming up to surface. Most of the features on the phone are already known and now some camera samples have been made public, thanks to OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau.
According to report on PhoneArena, the images shared by the CEO have been taken from the yet-to-be-announced device. Reportedly, the EXIF data reveals that the handset is equipped with a 16MP lens for the primary camera. This information sits in well with the current rumors doing the rounds. However, it is quite possible that the images have been taken from the device that may not be the “retail unit,” as noted by the site. So, the quality of the photos may not be exactly what the retail units may have to offer.
Head to Weibo, the social platform, to take a peek at the pictures shared. The images have confirmed the primary camera’s resolution since the food images posted by the CEO all are taken from the rear snapper. The rumored spec sheet reveals that the device is expected to feature an 8MP front-facing snapper. Earlier reports indicate that the device will sport a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display and come powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset. And providing much relief to fans, the upcoming smartphone is said to be equipped with NFC capability.
As per earlier reports, the starting price for the model with 4GB RAM is speculated to be $482, while the price tag on the variant with 6GB RAM reads out to be $566. The OnePlus 3 will be launching on June 14 through a virtual reality conference and this time, fans will not have to wait for an invite. The offering will be available to order on the same day, in a few hours after the conference.
Keep checking this space for more updates until the D-day arrives.