Wednesday, 15 June 2016


The Oneplus 3 phone,battery life,Price,Specs,release date,Camera and more.

Oneplus 3 Phone. has unveiled its much awaited smartphone – the OnePlus 3. Here's everything you need to know about this 2016 amazing including the One plus 3 UK release date, price, and full specifications.The much awaited phone goes on sale at 8pm on the 14th of June.

The Chinese startup's latest smartphone boasts a beautiful new industrial design.
Carved from a single slab of space-grade aluminium alloy and tapering to a meagre 7.3 mm, the OnePlus is better looking than the vast majority of the flagship smartphones released this year.
OnePlus is offering its latest smartphone in two colour variations, Soft Gold and Graphite.
Although only the latter will be available to order today, with the other colour "following shortly after," according to OnePlus.
As for the OnePlus 3 price, it's a cool £309 ($399) for the phone and there's only one model so you don't need to ponder over which to choose. The price is a little more than the OnePlus 2when it launched at £289 (now £249) but it's still mightily impressive and a good £200 cheaper than flagship rivals such as the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6S.
OnePlus is able to keep the price lower than competitors by selling directly to customers and by keeping marketing costs down.

Oneplus 3 battery life.The OnePlus 3 comes with a non-removable 3,000mAh battery – which is smaller than the power pack found in both the OnePlus 2 (3,300mAh) and theOnePlus One (3,100mAh).
That's slightly worrying, as neither of those handsets lasted more than a day before a recharge was required, and it's the same story here.
The thing is, OnePlus is happy with quoting one day of usage from a single charge. While the likes of Samsung, Sony and co like to claim their devices will give you up to two days of use, thanks to varying levels of power-saving modes ranging from mild to aggressive, OnePlus isn't been drawn into that fight.
Charging is impressively quick, and very useful – but only to a point. It's all very well OnePlus saying you don't need the handset to last more than a day, because it can be topped up quickly – but you have to have the charging block and cable with you at all times.
Sure, you can use a standard USB-C cable and block, but refuelling times will be slower. I like having a charger at home, one at work, another in the car and a fourth in my rucksack – in my case that's three additional Dash chargers I need to purchase, and the cost quickly stacks up.
And you will need to top your OnePlus 3 up during the day if you're a heavy user.
Even with moderate use, most days I found myself switching on the Battery Saver as I hit 15% come early evening. General usage included a couple of hours of Spotify streaming, around an hour of gaming, and various messages, social network usage, email purging and web browsing throughout the day.
OnePlus claims you'll be able to watch over seven hours of 2K video on a single charge, with screen brightness set to medium. Going by our test you'll certainly get six hours of viewing at full brightness (with HD playback), so OnePlus may be on to something there – although I still think seven hours will be a push for the handset.
While it's disappointing that the OnePlus 3 can't go more than a day on a full charge, it is par for the course at the moment, with most of the top flagships in exactly the same position.

Oneplus 3 specs.
One of the most important information when getting a new phone with such amazing rays of features is the specs,and once again just like the  Oneplus 2,the Oneplus 3 specs have not disappointed at all.The full specs are as follows

  • 5.5-inch screen

  • 1,920 x 1,080 pixel display (401ppi)

  • Dimensions: 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.4mm

  • Weight: 158 grams

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor

  • Adreno 530 GPU

  • 6GB RAM

  • 64GB storage (32GB variant may be offered in some markets)

  • 16MP main camera

  • 8MP selfie camera

  • USB-C port (Dash Charge 5V/4A)

  • 3,000mAh battery

  • Fingerprint scanner

  • NFC

  • Dual-SIM

  • 3.5mm headphone jack

  • Oxygen OS (Android 6.0.1)

  • The OnePlus 3 comes a robust 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. In terms of processing power, the new handset packs in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip – the same processor that can be found in many top-end handsets, including US versions of the Galaxy S7. That should ensure some seriously speedy performance, especially in combination with the 6GB of RAM.
    And when it comes to the display, there's lots to be excited about. Although OnePlus has kept the resolution at 1080p, the 5.5-inch screen is now made using AMOLED technology. That means each individual pixel emits its own light, as opposed to LCD, which uses a backlight to illuminate the pixels. It should result in deeper blacks, more vibrant colours, and better energy efficiency.


    OnePlus has also loaded its new handset with a 16-megapixel rear camera. That's more than the Galaxy S7 but, as we've seen with several phones this year, more pixels doesn't always mean better photos. We'll have to wait until we get our hands on a review model to see how the OnePlus 3 camera stacks up against others on the market.

  • So common guys,hat you waiting for? You got the Specs details,the price,the Oneplus 3 release date,now go out and get it!


    Tech Advisor.



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