The OnePlus 3 flagship will be released on June 14, based on the teaser image that the company posted on their official Weibo account. While the Chinese mobile developer has not yet officially announced any specifications of the device, a recent TENAA listing revealed some of its key specs, which include a 6GB RAM variant and a Snapdragon 820 chipset. Also, the company announced that starting with the upcoming new flagship, OnePlus will be bidding goodbye to its invite system.
Based on the TENAA listing, the OnePlus 3 will sport a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with 1080p Full HD resolution, options of 4GB or 6GB worth of RAM along with 64GB built-in internal storage capacity.
The device measures 152.6 mm tall, 74.6 wide, and 7.3 mm thin. It weighs 160 grams. Moreover, it has an octa-core CPU clocking in at a speed of 2.15 GHz speed.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei also took to the official OnePlus forums to announce that the new OnePlus 3 will be available for purchase without the invite system.
“With the OnePlus 3, we’re officially saying goodbye to invites,” Pei said. “It’s a big step for us as a company, our fans, and fellow tech enthusiasts. After sending out millions of invites over the past two years, it’s hard to not think back to the early days and how far we’ve come. We’re proud to have reached a point where we feel confident in making our new device available without invites from day one.”
The OnePlus 3 will be available on June 15, a day after it gets launched. The launch will be made through a virtual reality launch event, called the Loop. The launch will officially go live at 12:30 PM EDT on June 14. The OnePlus 3 will then go on sale at exactly 3:00 PM EST.