OnePlus 3 has been an exciting debut for a smartphone and it has received a lot of headlines already.
There are regions in the world were stock units of the OnePlus 3 are already sold – just a few days after its launch. One of the few glitches within the phone, however, is the availability of just two colors. The phone is available only in graphite color as of now. OnePlus 3, though, will be available in a soft gold color but the company has revealed that the phone may not be available for the next few months with this color option.
It seems that they may be following the same technique as the Apple iPhone in the hope of keeping fans interested and hooked up. The gold colored will add a great option to the OnePlus 3 going by the images released by the company. In almost every possible way, the current OnePlus 3 represents an improvement over the previous generation OnePlus 2, but there are aspects of the phone that seem confusing.
OnePlus 2 excelled when it came to battery life since the makers of the phone were not too worried about having a phone that was almost 10 mm thick. The additional thickness helped the OnePlus 2 come with a 3600 mAh battery, which was easily good enough for more than a day. In the search for looks, the OnePlus 3 comes only with a 3000 mAh battery. The reduction in battery size has enabled the phone to come with just 7.4 mm of thickness at its lowest point. One compromise has been the camera bulge, which is now clearly prominent due to the reduction in thickness of the device.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has confirmed that the OnePlus 3 with the gold color will arrive towards the end of July. There will be no changes as far as price is concerned with the device costing exactly the same $390 as the graphite version. Irrespective of the color, it is not possible to go wrong with the OnePlus 3, which comes with top of the range specifications in almost every facet of the device.
The 5.5-inch screen with full HD resolution may be the only aspect carried over from the predecessor, but even that has a new technology – optic AMOLED – in place of the IPS panels. Further, there are no storage options like before and the OnePlus 3 only has 64 GB as standard.