OnePlus 3 Specs Revealed By AnTuTu, Rumored To Launch On 7th April

OnePlus 3

OnePlus released its OnePlus 2 in VR, last year. The company had a fireworks announcement and a lot of hype was created. Obviously, a whole big deal was made out of nothing! This year, we don’t expect OnePlus to make noise with the announcement of its OnePlus 3.

According to a recent rumor, OnePlus is expected to pull the wraps off its new device; OnePlus 3 in an event scheduled on 7th April in Beijing. We also have a confirmation of the existence and the features of this device due to AnTuTu. Like any other device, OnePlus 3 also travelled to AnTuTu benchmarking test, due to which we got an idea on the specifications and the outlook of the device. Otherwise, no big name is seriously excited this time to unveil about the Smartphone.

The OnePlus has a model number of A3000. The device will come with a 5.5-inch screen topped with a 1080 x 1920 FHD resolution. On the internal, we have the latest Snapdragon 820 chipset paired with quad-core CPU, offering Qualcomm’s homemade Kryo cores, and the Adreno 530 GPU. For the memory options, there is a 4GB RAM along with 32GB of internal capacity.

OnePlus 3 is also benchmarked to come with a 16MP back camera along with an 8MP selfie camera capable of video chats, too. The signature touch to the Operating System, OxygenOS relying on the latest Android 6.0.1, pre-installed is also the part of the upcoming flagship.

To those who have forgotten or didn’t know, the hyped OnePlus was claimed to be the 2016 Flagship Killer by OnePlus. However, the handset didn’t stay true to its slogan and was an utter disappointment when compared to the slogan referred to. This can be the main or the core reason why OnePlus is hiding the details of the new Smartphone or is staying under-the-hood with its OnePlus 3.

For now, all the audience has to do is to sit and wait for the alleged 7th April OnePlus event. Once we get to know anything associated with the event or OnePlus 3’s announcement, we will surely let you know. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.