The OnePlus 3 is almost upon us. The company is hyping up the virtual launch aboard a space station and the leaks have been abundant recently, so even though we don't have a precise launch date yet, we do know it's coming soon-ish.
But today we get our first official look at the phone, courtesy of TENAA. The US has the FCC, China has TENAA, and the latter keeps its records public so whenever a phone is certified, it shows up on the site in all its glory. The TENAA's certification for the OnePlus 3 confirms the previous image of the phone we've seen (read: the HTC 10-like design) with its big front button that is rumored to hide a fingerprint scanner, its protruding camera on the back, and its horizontal lines on the top and bottom of the backplate.
They also reveal the specs of the phone, which are in line with Evan Blass' latest leak: 5.5" 1080p screen, Snapdragon 820, 16MP rear camera, 64GB of storage, and NFC, with more additional details revealed like a 3000mAh battery, 4GB of RAM, 8MP front camera, 160g weight and 152.6 x 74.6 x 7.3mm size, Android 6.0.1, as well as light grey, black, and gold colors.
Nothing is 100% certain yet though. This is the phone that will ship in China so there may be other specs or other variants for the worldwide market. We should know more when the phone is finally officially unveiled.
- TENAA (translated)