A fresh batch of alleged OnePlus 3 photos just leaked, lending some support to previous pictures of the upcoming device. The new images show the uncovered front and back of the alleged OnePlus 3, offering our best look yet at its revamped design.
The leaked photos were originally sent to PhoneArena by an anonymous tipster, and there’s no guarantee they’re real. Still, they do look very similar to earlier images. You can also see the OnePlus logo clearly displayed in software running on the smartphone, suggesting this device comes from the Chinese startup.
The OnePlus 3 may be a pretty big departure from the company’s previous phones. It appears to feature a premium metal design with a rear camera hump. It also packs a fingerprint reader in front just like the OnePlus 2.
We’re expecting the company’s latest “flagship killer” to offer a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 820 chip, a 3500mAh battery, a 16-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing shooter. The cheaper version could start at a little over $300 and pack 4GB of RAM, with a premium model boasting 6GB of RAM at a more expensive price.
OnePlus previously said it plans to launch the new phone in the second quarter of 2016. Assuming that’s still the plan, we’re expecting the OnePlus 3 to hit the market in June, with an official unveiling potentially scheduled for later this month.