The launch date for the OnePlus 3 is nearing, and the leaks are picking up pace. The latest includes live photos, GeekBench test results, and what appears to be a listing on Oppomart even before the smartphone has been launched.
First up, the live photos leaked via The Malignant on Twitter resonate with what has been seen so far. The metal frame, the camera setup, and the front home button go with the leaked images we have seen earlier on certification sites. The volume button and the Alert Slider are housed on the right, while the power button is exclusive to the left. The USB port, the 3.5mm audio jack and the speaker grilles are all at the bottom.
A separate leak from GeekBench reveals decent performance scores (via Telefoonabonnement). It showed a single-core score of 2,394, and the multi-core came up to 5,635. The leaks also reveals two separate tests conducted recently, with single-core scores of 2,277 and 2,400, and multi-core scores of 5,157 and 5,516.
If these leaks weren’t enough, there’s an absolute tell-all from Oppomart. It has listed the smartphone on its site even before the launch, revealing the price and specifications. The images accompanying the device are again similar to the leaked ones so far. The price of the OnePlus 3 is listed to be $369, but it is unclear how far the price range can go. The specs listed include a 5.5-inch (1080×1920 pixels) display, and a Snapdragon 820 SoC paired with two RAM and inbuilt storage options. There is 4GB RAM/ 32GB of storage, and 6GB of RAM/ 64GB of storage options. Optics include 16-megapixel back and 8-megapixel front cameras. The listing also indicates a 3650mAh battery with fast charging, and Android Marshmallow-based OxygenOS.