OnePlus 3: Top 5 Features We Love To See In The Next Flagship-Killer

By Vijaykumar

OnePlus brought its second smartphone the OnePlus 2 and the mid-ranger OnePlus X last year. There is not only speculation surrounding the next flagship killer - OnePlus 3, but there have also been reports that the company is working on a smaller version of OnePlus 2. Read more about the OnePlus 2 Mini.

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Looking at the future, OnePlus is expected to unveil its flagship-killing smartphone in the near future. Here are the five features we would love to see on the OnePlus 3, take a look at the slider below.


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One of the most anticipated and clearly missing features from the OnePlus 2 is the NFC. Considering the flagship-killing, the mobile payment system such as Android Pay rely on NFC and we expect that the company to come up NFC connectivity in the next flagship.

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The OnePlus One and the OnePlus 2 are both on general sale now, but, we would love to see the OnePlus 2 on sale without mention of invites.

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OnePlus One came with CyanogenMod, that can be delightfully customiziable with the tools and features provided in the OS. Although, the Oxygen OS, in the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X isn't that bad, but it offered the same level of customization option as the CyanogenMod. We expect, OnePlus 3 to have a appreciable and clean stock look of Oxygen OS.


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The OnePlus 3 is expected to come with an improvement on the OnePlus 2's 13 megapixel camera along with the optical image stabilization on board.

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In addition to the fast charging, wireless charger would be a game changer. If the OnePlus 3 comes with wireless charging support, than it will be the first device by the company with such features.

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