New images of the OnePlus 3 have surfaced, including the first picture of the phone powered on. Additionally, a benchmark on GFX Bench has reinforced the notion that OnePlus will be producing a version of its latest headlining phone with 6GB of RAM.
The pictures, which stem from a lesser-known mobile tipster known as “The Malignant” on Twitter, appear to be inline with previous leaks, lending the shots credibility. The pictures show an all-metal construction and front-facing fingerprint sensor but curiously, no OnePlus logo. The leakster states this is because it is a “pre-retail” model.
#OnePlus3 real machine (grey back) 😊 pic.twitter.com/Bgq7gAUb2P
— The Malignant (@the_malignant) June 4, 2016
As for the RAM rumours, the phone apparently passed through GFX Bench, revealing 6GB of RAM. This confirms the information published by Chinese telecommunications authority TENAA, which showed a 4GB and 6GB version.
The benchmarking site also shows the OnePlus 3 as running Android 6.0.1 and having a Snapdragon 820 processor, approximately 64GB of storage, a 15 megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5.5-inch 1080 display, all of which has been more-or-less predicted by previous leaks. The phone is set to be released on June 14th.
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[source]The Malignant, GSM Arena[/source]