OnePlus CEO Pete Lau revealed during the launch of the OnePlus 3 in Shenzhen that the company will not be launching a successor to the OnePlus X later this year. Instead, the company is killing off the series entirely, which means that the OnePlus X will be the first and the latest budget smartphone from the Never Settle company.
The OnePlus 3 has just recently been announced, and as the latest flagship killer trickles into your hands, it would be nice to see how far OnePlus has come, in terms of device technology and features.
OnePlus just launched the OnePlus 3, their first handset for 2016. The latest flagship handset from the company packs in top-notch specs inside a beautiful unibody aluminium design. Skip the specs and the beautiful design though, and you’ll realise that there is quite a bit of other interesting tidbits and things to know about the OnePlus 3.
OnePlus has just unveiled their flagship handset for 2016: the OnePlus 3. Thankfully, unlike the last two years, the company did not unnecessarily hype the phone before its release and has let the product do the talking. The OnePlus 3 does seem like an impressive handset on paper, with its anodised aluminium body giving it a very premium look and feel.
The OnePlus 3 has leaked plenty of times over the last one month and the full specifications of the handset are also widely known at this point. It is only the pricing of the handset that has remained unknown so far. With less than 24 hours to go for its official unveiling, the final price of the OnePlus 3 for India has leaked through an ad in a daily newspaper no less.
Just as OnePlus 3 launch date was confirmed as June 14th, there is now more news about the device flooding into the techno-sphere, with industry insider Mocha RQ, stating that the company has been stocking almost 1 million units to prepare for it’s launch. This does make sense since the device is reportedly going to be available without the need for invites.