After a series of more or less realistic hands on shot leaks, the OnePlus 3 once again appears online, this time in a press render. It’s all courtesy of famous leakster Evan Blass, who finally shows us official image of the smartphone.



To me this feels like a combo between a Meizu and a HTC device, with very narrow screen bezels. We’re getting an unibody metal design on OnePlus 3 and the fingerprint scanner is kept upfront, integrated as a physical Home button. The device feels very slim, which is always a good thing and it seems we’ll be getting an extra button on the side, aside from the volume and Power one. It’s either a camera button, a special Silent button or a customizable feature button.

The source of the picture also confirmed we’ll be getting a 3000 mAh battery here, not a 3500 mAh one, as previously speculated. The device will come with an AMOLED screen panel and its specs will most likely include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4 or 6 GB of RAM.

via Evan Blass

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