The #OnePlus2 successor has already been in the rumors with some reports indicating that the device was to be revealed in April. But the company has categorically denied all those reports. But that doesn’t change the fact that the manufacturer is working on a device like this in its labs. Well, that might just be the case as a new OnePlus 3 variant carrying the model number A3000 has just hit AnTuTu.
The big takeaway from this particular benchmark listing is that OnePlus might be testing a 6GB RAM variant of the smartphone in its labs. As we know, 6GB RAM handsets are quite commonplace in the Chinese mobile industry. Knowing that OnePlus is a Chinese company, it wouldn’t be far fetched to assume that the company is working on a device like this.
The benchmark listing also mentions that the device will be packing a quad-core Snapdragon 820 SoC underneath along with a 5.5-inch 1080p display.
But since it’s still early days, let’s consider this to be an early rumor. OnePlus hasn’t clarified as to when it wants to unveil the new flagship, but we’re guessing it will happen sometime around July or August this year.
Source: ifeng (Translated)
Via: Phone Arena