The OnePlus 3 launch is imminent and there have already been more than enough leaks and rumors to place what the hardware on the phone will be like, as well as the potential pricing and the final design of the device. The official OnePlus 3 launch event is to happen in China on June 15th, which will be later in the day on June 14th here in the U.S., and it's already been confirmed that the device will be invite free in the beginning, meaning consumers won't have to mess about with an invite system to buy the phone this time around, although having said that, there is still a possibility that they will have limited stock initially.
Although no specifications details have been confirmed by OnePlus yet, there have been rumors and leaks which detail what we can likely expect from the OnePlus 3 in the specs department, and this includes the camera, which is thought to be a 16MP rear-facing sensor. This may or may not be the case, but whatever camera sensor the OnePlus 3 ends up having it's likely to deliver some pretty decent image quality, as evident of the recent camera samples which have been posted by OnePlus' CEO Pete Lau. Following up on those camera samples from just a couple of days ago, a new crop of camera samples have been posted to the official OnePlus Twitter page showing even more detail.
There are four new images in total, all of which you can see below in the gallery. One seems to showcase the quality of the camera's depth of field effects, where the focus is clearly presented on the stones at the beach with the bridge a little blurred in the background, while another showcases the cameras ability to deliver a pretty decent low-light shot as it was taken at night during a fireworks display. The last two show a varied amount of detail of multiple elements and a nice contrast of colors on a white snowy background. If you're considering the OnePlus 3 for your next device, have a good look at the camera samples to get a feel for what taking pictures with this phone might be like.