Exclusive: OnePlus 3 Already for Sale?

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It looks like Oppomart is already selling the upcoming OnePlus 3 smartphone. If you recall, just yesterday we reported that OnePlus would be announcing the 3 at an event which would then lead to the phone’s launch on June 15th. However, it appears that at some point, this online retailer was selling the device before any confirmations from OnePlus themselves were announced.

This store listing supposedly confirms the Snapdragon 820, 5.5-inch 1080p display, 4GB/6GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB/128GB of storage, 16MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, fingerprint sensor, and HTC-like build quality we’ve all come to know through leaks over the past few months. A full description of the OnePlus 3 is also here, and it sounds pretty official. Have a look:

QUALCOMM SNAPDRAGON 820 PROCESSOR

Packing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 2.15GHz quad-core CPUs, the OnePlus 3 operational capacity and performance are enhanced by Qualcomm’s heterogeneous computing approach. This chipset harnesses the robust integration of many components for incredible speed and power efficiency. Among them, the custom Krait CPU architecture for sustained peak performance, integrated 4G LTE connectivity and Adreno 530 GPU for superior graphics and gaming experience, boosting 3D interfaces, colors and textures.

BEST IN CLASS MEMORY

Using the new standard UFS 2.0 storage you’ll be able to access and write on our up to 64GB of internal flash memory in the blink of an eye. 4GB/6GB of LP-DDR4 RAM allows flawless multitasking of even the most demanding apps.

GLOBAL 4G LTE-FDD BANDS

Enjoy blazing fast and smooth connectivity whether you’re around the corner or across the world with OnePlus 3 powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with a 4G LTE multimode modem. Unlocked and contract-free, roam wherever you’d like the Oneplus 3 by your side.

16 MEGAPIXEL OIS CAMERA

Many of us rely on our phones for taking all our photos, so we incorporated a camera that delivers astounding results. With dual LED flash, the OnePlus 3 camera will take photos you’ll want to share, day or night.

QUICK CHARGE TECHNOLOGY

Shipping with the energy efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, the Oneplus 3 battery fits perfectly into the sleek body. The energy efficient display features CABC and DRAM (Display RAM) technology that adjust the level of backlight and differentiate between dynamic and static content on your screen. These technologies reduce the power consumed and allow you to run all your apps and data services, all day long.

WORK YOUR OWN WAY

Powered by Android, Oxygen OS brings the features you love while giving you the freedom to mold your mobile domain. An super simple home screen, and a configurable Quick Settings panel are just a few ways you can control how you and your Oneplus 3 connect.

As you can see, it appears that the OnePlus 3 will also support Quick Charge technology, have OIS built into its main camera sensor, and feature a clocked Snapdragon 820 at 2.15GHz, which is pretty fast. It also looks like the device will be retailing for $369, a price awfully high for a OnePlus device, however is probably due to the metal/aluminum build. All in all, these leaks seem pretty official, however it’s pretty bizzare just how this store got this information before the official launch of the OP3. Of course, this could all be fake, however I’m betting that all these specs match the ones OnePlus talks about.

Oh, but that’s not all. Oppomart also included a couple of official-looking pictures of the OnePlus 3 which show off previos rumors’ HTC-like metal/aluminum build. You can view them below.

We’ve reached out to Oppomart for a comment on this listing to confirm that they were actually selling the device as right now there’s a disclaimer on the page stating that the device is currently out of stock.

Are you convinced that this is the OnePlus 3 just for sale a little early? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!




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