OnePlus 3 clears TENAA: seemingly metal body, 5.5-inch AMOLED display, 4GB RAM in store


As the most anticipated phones of H1 2016 are already official, the rumor mill is slowly shifting its focus towards the OnePlus 3. The company's previous devices all gathered lots of media attention, and it seems the same applies to the OnePlus 3. We've already seen and heard a substantial amount of info about the handset, we even have a pretty informative rumor round-up that you can check out here.

Today, we got hold of the most substantial OnePlus 3 leak so far. Coming straight from TENAA, China's regulatory agency, it shows us full front and rear pictures of the phone, as well as hardware specs that fall in line with what we expect from the OnePlus 3.

Design-wise, we once again get to see the OnePlus 3's seemingly full-metal body, which measures at 152.6 x 74.6 x 7.3mm and tips the scales at 160 grams as per the specs listing. This hints at a good screen-to-body ratio, as the OnePlus 3 is boasting a 5.5-inch AMOLED display, as TENAA reveals.

Powering the whole shebang is most likely a 2.15GHz Snapdragon 820 chipset aided by 4GB of RAM for multitasking prowess. According to the leaked regulatory document, there will be 64 gigs of native storage on board. 

There's a 16MP camera at the rear while the front one is confirmed to be an 8MP one. There's a 3,000mAh juicer beneath to keep the lights on. Android 6.0.1 will be powering the show, with Oxygen OS most likely on top of it.

As usual, TENAA does not hint at a possible announcement date, but the leak itself is suggesting that this will happen sooner than later, possibly in the coming week.s After all, OnePlus already began giving away free Loop VR headsets that will allow consumers to witness the announcement in the oh-so-trendy virtual reality, which means the OnePlus 3 will materialize sometime in June, probably around June 14.


source: TENAA via AndroidCentral

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