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OnePlus 3 : The 6 GB RAM Beast Is Here

After months of rumors and about a dozen of alleged leaks, OnePlus 3 is finally here. The Chinese smartphone sensation OnePlus launched their new flagship device today. The biggest highlight of this phone is its enormous 6 GB RAM. Yes, you heard it right. 6 GB RAM in a smartphone. Now lets talk about the things that OnePlus 3 is bringing to the table. 

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As we just told you, OnePlus 3 packs a 6GB LPDDR4 RAM which is a first for a smartphone. With such heavy RAM you can surely say goodbye to lack of primary storage of your device. To compliment this, the phone runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and has Adreno 530 for its GPU. Both of them are top of their range. Another unique thing which is advertised as the USP of OnePlus 3 is ‘Dash Charging’. It’s a quick charging feature and claims to charge 60% of the 3000 mAh battery in just 30 minutes. OnePlus 3 runs on Oxygen OS tailored on Android Marshmallow 6.0. It gives a near stock experience. It also has support for finger print scanning. It does not have expandable storage facility, the internal storage capacity is 64 GB.

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Now coming to the looks of the device. As we had already seen in the recent leak, OnePlus 3 has premium looks which seems to take inspiration from iPhone and HTC devices. It has a space grade aluminium alloy uni-body and is really slick with the thickness of 7.3 mm. With curved sides, it will be easy to hold. It has a 5.5 inch AMOLED 1080p HD display which promises to give a natural viewing experience. 

On the shooting aspect, OnePlus 3 has 16 MP primary camera and 8 MP front camera both with Sony sensors. Thanks to the RAM and processing unit, this device can shoot 4K videos as well. 

In India, OnePlus 3 is available for sale on Amazon with a competitive price of INR 27,999 (approx. 417 USD). 

About Sidharth Shankar

Android fan, Tech Enthusiast, Engineering Undergrad .

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