Following the success of the OnePlus 2, we’re sure many are curious as to how OnePlus, a relatively new company, will come up with for the OnePlus 3. While the OnePlus 2 was a perfectly fine handset, there were areas that could be improved upon and we wonder if OnePlus will be able to address those in their next device.
While it might be too early to tell, a report from Gizmo China has revealed that the OnePlus 3 could come in more than one variant. The report claims that there will be two versions of the phone, and if you’re thinking that one will pack high-end specs while the other will be a mid-ranger, think again.
The report claims that both OnePlus 3 variants will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, but the “base” model will come with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the more high-end model will pack 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Like we said, neither option is the mid-ranger. If anything, the 6GB model sounds like it will be an extra premium device.
Of course this should be taken with a grain of salt for now especially since 6GB phones are pretty much unheard of at this point in time. Other possible features for the OnePlus 3 could include some kind of fast charging technology, thanks to a recent trademark filed by the company.