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OnePlus 3: The third phone from OnePlus
OnePlus is at it again the long awaited phone from OnePlus is back and it is back with a bang and consists of lots of improvements and consists an absurd amount of 6GB of Ram.
Now, for all the spec enthusiasts out there let’s go through the specifications and internals of the phone.
The OnePlus 3 offers:
- 5.5 inches, 1080 x 1920 display with a pixel density of 401ppi
- Corning Gorilla Glass 4 with Oxygen OS based on Android 6.01 Marshmallow
- Snapdragon 820 chipset, Adreno 530 GPU
- 64GB of internal storage with no external expansion
- 16 MP with OIS, LED flash for the main camera and as for the secondary an 8 MP at its helm
- USB Type-C as well
The specs of the OnePlus 3 all allure and implicate that the smartphone is amazing and stounding in the paperwork. Join us as we review and see what the OnePlus 3 has really got to offer.
The phone looks good and stunning with its all unibody metal which really accents the design language of the phone which is simple yet elegant. The alert slider and fingerprint scanner come bundled with the smartphone as well. Well, as for the design for the smartphone it is slim, looks good but lacks a larger battery from the previous iteration which in all overall terms with a protruding camera bump looks actually good.
With new modular smartphones coming out in the tech world the OnePlus is a bang for the buck, it does not have those modular perfections but it does offer something more like a good camera plus the Oxygen OS which now, has been refined from the previous iterations of phones.
As for the, fingerprint scanner well, it is a well off scanner. Battery life was inconsistent at the first days of usage but then, it started to level out as the device adapted to the likeness of the daily chores in the smartphone realm.
All in all, the OnePlus 3 is an overall good smartphone for the price it offers far superior interiors and exteriors, with all said and done it is a fairly well done smartphone.