Fine folks from OnePlus have revamped the market with their latest edition of a smartphone, OnePlus 3. They have followed the market to provide some of the generic features, such as the aluminum body.
Most of the respondents to an online poll say that they still consider metal to be a premium material for smartphone body, and therefore having an aluminum body is a no harm, no foul. According to Phone Arena, who have their representative test OnePlus 3 personally, say:
The OnePlus 3 has a few antenna strips on the back, HTC’s or Huawei’s metal-clad phones very much resembling. But, hey, Apple uses such plastic bands, too, and nobody accuses it of lack of premium feel. Is it a unibody design? Well, you be the judge, as according to the OnePlus blurb: “Rather than molding and connecting several pieces, we carve each body out of a single slab of this robust metal for a seamless, resilient build.
The handset is thin, with just 7.3mm width, and houses a 3000mAh battery coupled with Snapdragon 820 Chipset. Though the chipset and battery don’t guarantee the longevity of usage, the phone would be a good choice for cheap-phone-looking buyers. The phone won’t break your bank, and it provides a good alternative phone for utter uses.
Looking into more details, the phone also has a toothed mute switch above the volume rocker, which is a nice touch, and will be available in gold and gray. The pictures revealed are quite exquisite, coupled with the beauty and reputation of previous OnePlus phones.
OnePlus 3 goes on Sale in India on June 15
OnePlus 3 is priced at $399, and users have the option of buying it from the Loop app. Sadly that option does not extend to India users. However, the OnePlus 3 goes on sale in India on June 15 at 12.30 AM on Amazon India, which is just a couple of hours away. On Amazon India, OnePlus 3 is priced at Rs 27,999.