OnePlus 3 renders reveal an OnePlus X design with Snapdragon 820 inside

    The Chinese startup OnePlus is presumably the hottest topic among tipsters worldwide. Within a month after the launch of the OnePlus X alleged renders of the OnePlus 3 have surfaced. This however emphasizes the fact that OnePlus is indeed doing more than just selling away OnePlus flavoured Sandstone Black Cases for the iPhone 6S.

    OnePlus 3 renders reveal an OnePlus X like design
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    The leaked OnePlus 3 renders look nowhere near that of the OnePlus 2. On the contrary it looks strikingly different by sporting an OnePlus X look alike design. It's worth noting that it isn't possible to confirm as of now whether the rear of the smartphone is made out of glass or not. With OnePlus X sporting a metal glass body though it's highly unlikely that OnePlus will be carrying forward the same design language to their flagship range.

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    Interestingly, the tipsters reports that the OnePlus 3 will come with a Full HD (1080x1920p) display. Apparently it is quite surprising to see OnePlus not making a move up from the Full HD to QHD despite being heavily criticized by fans and buyers alike.

    OnePlus 3 renders reveal an OnePlus X like design

    Furthermore the OnePlus 3 is tipped to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC under the hood thereby making it one of the first few handsets that are the tipped to launch with the same SoC. The others being Samsung Galaxy S7, Xiaomi Mi5 and LeTV Max Pro.

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    Needless to say that it's too early to confirm these leaked renders considering the fact that a few months have barely passed since the launch of the OnePlus 2 this July. And even if these leaks are assumed to be true the OnePlus 3 isn't coming before the middle of 2016 for sure.


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