OnePlus definitely managed to stand out with its high-end smartphones at an affordable price. Just recently, OnePlus 3 wowed the users with its premium build and rock solid specs such as a whopping 6GB RAM, 4K Video Quality and a Snapdragon 821 for only $399.
This time, another OnePlus flagship will be ruling the tech world. Rumors say that the upcoming OnePlus 4 will come in big packages. Here is the latest news about the phone including the details on when and where it will be available.
One Plus Resolution is geared for VR
Unlike OnePlus 3, the upcoming flagship comes with 5.5-inch display and 1440 x 2560 resolution. Since it dons a smaller frame, why does it need a much higher resolution? The reason to this is simple: having a screen higher than 1080p allows the phone a much better Virtual Reality experience. It also boosts movie streaming and gaming.
The upcoming smartphone will also be having an Optic AMOLED that produces 4K display quality. Aside from this, it will sport a chic compact metal frame in a sleeker build.
One Plus 4, Faster and More Powerful
The upcoming OnePlus 4 might run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 paired with an 8GB RAM. Apart from its increased speed and powerful processor, it will also arrive with Google's Android Nougat 7.0, which will be out this month.
The OnePlus 4 could also sport 32GB storage that can be expanded up to 265 GB via a microSD slot. Features it will likely retain from its predecessor are the USB-C Port and NFC support. Packed with 4,000 mAh battery, the phone may even last longer.
One Plus 4 Dons a 23 Megapixel Camera
Much work has been done on the latest OnePlus 3 as it sports an impressive camera. Both of its rear and front cameras have an amazing high megapixel count of 16MP and 8MP respectively. It should be no surprise if the OnePlus 4 will be further enhanced with an 8MP front camera and a 23MP rear camera.
One Plus 4 has High-End Specs at a Low Price
OnePlus 4 is expected to land in June 2017 or even much earlier. In terms of specifications and price, it might beat iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7. For only $400, its features may be more powerful than both Apple's and Samsung's current flagships.