OnePlus are allegedly working on a new variant of the OnePlus 3 with updates and possible larger size!
It has been reported on Chinese news sites that OnePlus are having a spot of bother with their supply chain and can no longer source 5.5-inch AMOLED displays for their phone. This would normally be seen as a huge issue, but since the OP3 has been on sale for a few months already (meaning it’s considered old by some standard of the Chinese tech world) it could offer the company the perfect opportunity to update their handset.
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We’ve already seen Xiaomi and Meizu work on a regular update cycle for their phones so it wouldn’t be all that shocking to see OnePlus working on a similar system for their phones.
Apparently, the new device might be more than just a simple speed boost, but rather an increase in size. Rumour has it that the new phone could feature a larger 6-inch screen size and that the phone could be called the OnePlus 3S or OnePlus 3 Plus.
We don’t know much about the new phone but chances are it will boast a large amount of RAM, Snapdragon 821 chipset, and feature Dash Charging.