Chinese handset maker OnePlus launched its fourth smartphone OnePlus 3 on Tuesday at a price of Rs 27, 999 (exclusively sold on Amazon.in) after much speculation about its design and specs.
A local newspaper in India apparently erroneously published the ads of the phone with full specifications a day before it was scheduled to go for print.
Dubbed as the flagship killer smartphone, OnePlus 3 sports an anodized aluminium body weighing 160 gms and measures 7.3mm in thickness while holding on to the flat and nominally curved basic shape of the OnePlus 1.
The phone is powered by a 2.2GHz + 1.6GHz Kryo Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad core processor, coupled with 6GB of RAM. With an internal memory of 64 GB, the phone runs on a lean Oxygen OS based on Android 6.0.1.
The killer phone has a battery of 3,000 mAh which should last little more than a day of heavy use and can be fully charged within half an hour.
The camera is one of the USPs of the flagship cellphone and probably the best among the Android phones with 16MP primary camera with high speed autofocus technology with Electronic and Optical stabilization and a 8MP front facing camera.
In display, the phone has a 13.97 centimeters (5.5-inch) Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with full HD (401 ppi) and comes with a ceramic-coated fingerprint Scanner.