The OnePlus 3 is set to make its official debut in virtual reality later today, but one Indian newspaper appears to have accidentally spilled the news ahead of time. An ad reportedly published by the Hindustan Times (via FoneArena) reveals a list of specs for the OnePlus 3 along with an image of the device and local pricing.
It looks like the OnePlus 3 will pack a Snapdragon 820 processor, a fingerprint scanner, 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The ad also mentions a 16-megapixel front camera and an 8-megapixel back camera, but we assume it’s actually the opposite with the 16-megapixel lens serving as the primary shooter in back. Finally, it lists a “Smart Capture” photography feature, an AMOLED display and something called “Dash Charge” likely related to the battery.
The included image also lines up pretty closely with recent leaks. The OnePlus 3 is expected to feature a new metal design with horizontal antenna bands and a slight curve to the back panel. It looks great in leaked photos and renders, though we can’t help but think of the HTC One family each time we see the new device.
Finally, the ad reveals that the OnePlus 3 will cost INR 27,999 in India. That translates to about $416 in U.S. dollars, but the company will probably round it to a cleaner number for sale in each country. We should know the final price once OnePlus makes its big announcement so stay tuned.
Update: We’re live blogging the event right here.