The much-awaited OnePlus 3 finally debuted this week all across the world, priced at INR 27,999 in India. The Amazon-exclusive flagship smartphone deals with spectacular hardware specs and features that will undoubtedly make it the top-selling Android handset in coming weeks. In addition to all these exciting stuff, the company decided to get rid of its traditional invite-only system for the first time that simply takes the fun to a whole new level.
According to what the phone packs inside, it has a lot more potential to play well in the market in comparison with other phones in the similar price range. In this article, let’s take a look at various aspects of OnePlus 3 that will possibly make it go bigger in comparison with its probable competitors in the mid-range segment.
The OnePlus 3 features all-metal unibody design packed within a premium-looking space-grade aluminum alloy, which makes the device sturdy yet lightweight while offering a premium feel. The curvy edges at corner are well-adjusted aligned with sharp lines that result into a firm grip over holding the smartphone. The phone measures at merely 7.3 mm, making itself one of the thinnest flagships worldwide.
We are more than happy to report that the camera performance of OnePlus 3 is simply mind boggling! The phone comes with a 16MP sensor at the rear, along with Electronic (EIS) and Optical (OIS) stabilization technologies work that aim at offering maximum image clarity. It also deals with manual mode and RAW image support to greet users who have a deep interest in photography and the likes.
Not all phones in this price range come with Dash Charge technology onboard. Dash Charge is fast as it produces a larger electric current instead of increasing pressure, which maintains a stable and relatively consistent charging speeds over a period. The company claims over 60% charge in 30 minutes, allowing more than 7 hours of 1080p HD video playback. However, we are sure about these claims. Hence, wait until we get the phone to review.
The OnePlus 3 packs inside a whopping 6GB LPDDR4 RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, and Mali 530 GPU, aiming intense multi-tasking as well as gaming performance than ever before. It certainly something that makes it the most powerful flagships among its competitors in the mid-range segment.
Interestingly enough, the OnePlus 3 is priced INR 27,999 in India. We have literally seen no flagship with this hardware offering at such a price point before. Despite featuring such a power-packed specifications, the retail cost of OnePlus 3 is what undoubtedly makes it a worthy choice that you don’t even need to worry about any other option.