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Remember when the OnePlus One (above) was simply one phone (no pun intended)? Well, those days are over.
According to a new listing prior to its launch, the OnePlus 3 — the Chinese manufacturer’s third-generation handset — will arrive in no less than six different flavours with varying quantities of storage and RAM.
Chinese retailer Oppomart was responsible for the leak, which suggests that it has a sprig of possible truth to it.
OnePlus hasn’t confirmed that the device will boast six personalities though, but the phone is set to debut on 14 June. Additionally, it does make sense for the company, as more premium and cheaper variants do allow it to cater for various echelons of the market.
The Oppomart listing also served to support the 6GB of RAM rumour, which three variants will boast. The other three OnePlus 3 devices will sport 4GB of RAM, while 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options will also be on offer.
Other specs across the board will include a 5.5-inch 1920×1080 screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a 16MP rear camera, an 8MP front camera and a fingerprint reader.
The phone will also start at US$369, which pits it squarely against the likes of the similarly-stuffed Xiaomi Mi 5.
Feature image: Maurizio Pesce via Flickr