We've rounded up all the rumours and leaks about the forthcoming OnePlus smartphone.
Latest leaks and specs
It seems the cat is out of the bag. We now have a launch date for the OnePlus 3 (and it's very soon).
An image posted on the official OnePlus Weibo page points to 15 June for the grand unveiling. Said image is accompanied by a large 3, along with details claiming the much-craved device will go on sale (in China) the very next day.
Note that the launch itself is being masterminded from Shenzhen and will take place at 10am local time, therefore you'll need to account for your local timezone.
If you can't wait (and fancy yourself as a technology pundit) then OnePlus is offering 30 fans a chance to review the new handset before it goes on general sale.
Those interested in "putting the new flagship to the test" can apply via 'The Lab' entrypoint on this page.
Leaks have been thin on the ground when it comes to pictures of the mysterious device, but according to Chinese TENAA records the design and specs for the OnePlus 3 have all but been confirmed.
Images submitted to TENAA point to a large home button on the front (that we expect hides a fingerprint scanner), a protruding camera on the rear, and horizontal antenna lines that give the handset HTC 10 vibes.
Elsewhere we're told to expect a 5.5in 1080p screen, Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB RAM, 16MP rear camera/8MP on the front, 64GB of storage and NFC capabilities.
Bearing in mind this is a listing for the Chinese market, we could still see changes when it arrives on these shores. As such we have to treat these details as rumours for the time being.
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