It’s now official that the much awaited OnePlus 3 will be introduced to the word on June 14, so the D-day isn’t far way. Rumours and speculations in the previous months have given fans a good idea of what to expect when the device arrives. So much so that, details about the different variants and their pricing have also been revealed in earlier leaks.

Now, the smartphone is benchmarked on Geekbench indicating that previous rumors do hold much truth, as noted by Android Headlines. It is believed that the series will possess four variants with the first two model featuring 4GB RAM with 32GB and 64GB internal storage, while the other two will boast of a 6GB RAM with the same storage options. The benchmark report further strengthens the rumors that there is indeed a OnePlus 3 variant showing off 6GB RAM.

Other specs on the listing read out to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset with the device running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. It appears that the company has opted for a 1080p display on the device in the year when most tech giants are turning towards Quad HD screens. Although, the company does have the price point advantage to its side as it did with the OnePlus 3 predecessors. And OnePlus has also done away with the invite system this time around so that fans can directly order the offering rather than wait around for an invite.

Talking about the invite system to Wired, co-founder Carl Pei shared, “When we started this company, we had no idea how many people would want to buy our products. We didn’t want to risk a situation where people would come to our website and find out we had no stock, and no ETA on when we would get it.” He added, “For us it’s more important to grow sustainably rather than fast, so we’d rather err on the side of caution.”

The benchmark report shows specs similar to the competition but tech aficionados looking for a neat offering in a budget would definitely be giving this one a good look.

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