Dec 13, 2015 08:28 PM EST
On Dec. 9, 2015, images of the newest OnePLus mobile product has circulated in the social media. Consumers have already noticed some differences from past models OnePlus X and OnePlus 2 upon the new product's arrival.
The screen has changed from the expected 1080 to QHD, which by doing this, the Chinese manufacturer has already saved a lot of money. The company's main objective is to cut through the competition with something different but still it offers great specs for this new handset.
One of the earliest rumors about OnePlus 3 is that it will run on the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor that makes sense since the processor is expected to be integrated in many handsets soon. A couple of changes are also visible from the latest images drawn that can be seen from MobileDad.com where this Chinese website leaked the said pictures. The fingerprint sensor is clearly invisible. There are also some sites that suggested that maybe the company is trying out other technologies such as the iris recognition feature that is now rumored to be a part of LG's future mobile release. Other changes also include two front facing speakers that are expected to deliver a stereotype output.
OnePlus 3 also comes with a brush metal back panel, which is apparently the company's first since OnePlus X's release. Another report also indicated that the new mobile product will support a mirror-protected screen that will help minimize the number of unexpected and inevitable screen scratches.
These renders released by MobileDad.com site are still not confirmed. But these did not stop the wishful buyers on making an early assessment about the new mobile phone. The OnePlus 3 is expected to arrive in mid 2016 with price at around $329.
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