The OnePlus 4!

The company OnePlus came and took the market of smartphones by a storm. They made such great smartphones with such great features that it was difficult for anyone to resist them. Recently OnePlus released one it’s another phones, the OnePlus 3. With a touch ID and a fingerprint sensor, the OnePlus 3 is today easily one of the best in the markets. Priced at just 27,000 the phone has indeed great specifications including a curved glass for much better and higher resolution display.

The OnePlus 3T

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OnePlus has already created a new buzz in the market saying they are going to release one more phone called the OnePlus 3T. It will be a successor of the model OnePlus 3. The upgrade will not see many changes, although the main change we would be expecting is likely to be the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset along with a Quad HD resolution of 1440 x 2560. The price will obviously be going up by a mere 5000 rupees but we all know that it will be worth it.

Snapdragon 830

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Even though OnePlus 4 is far from it’s launch we already some specifications and let us talk about them. What we know for certain now is that┬áthe next flagship, that is the OnePlus 4’s; would be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor.┬áThis is perhaps a guess work, as the latest SoC of Qualcomm is the Snapdragon 821, but OnePlus will very likely name the next gen processor as Snapdragon 830. Also, there are reports that suggest that Samsung will entirely be manufacturing the next genration’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 that will also run Samsungs new Galaxy S8.

The other specs

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The other rumors abut OnePlus 4 suggest that the OnePlus 4 might back an awesome 8GB RAM, a 3.0GHz CPU, Adreno 620 GPU, a 23MP rear camera. A 4000mAh battery and Android v7.0 Nougat will also remain in OnePlus 4. The rumors about these did suggest to the best in class specs as OnePlus 2 came with Snapdragon 810 and the OnePlus 3 with Snapdragon 820, so considering the next Snapdragon 830 is very much determined, only if it is officially launched.

*fingers crossed*

 

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