Oppomart Posts OnePlus 3 At Alleged $369.99 Price

The OnePlus 3 launch is just around the corner and although nothing has been officially confirmed yet in regards to specifications, hardware, or price, there have been a few leaks which have seemingly revealed what to expect from the upcoming handset. Earlier this morning it was reported that consumers would be able to purchase the OnePlus 3 before it's launch later this month, set at a cost of 2999 Yuan for the first 1,000 customers who pick it up. Now, a new listing for the device on Oppomart which sells other OnePlus and Oppo devices in the U.S., has posted up their listing for the OnePlus 3 ahead of launch with what would appear to be the U.S.-based pricing.

Alongside the cost, which is allegedly going to be $369.99 (presumably the starting cost) if the listing is anything to go by, the specifications have also been revealed on the page which, if correct, would confirm some of the hardware that has been rumored up to this point. The image used for the listing would also seemingly confirm the phone's design which matches up with the recently leaked render. While the price listed on Oppomart looks to have just popped up sometime today, it sort of lines up with rumored U.S. prices for the OnePlus 3 that were discovered yesterday. In that rumor there were said to be four models of the device that will be available, starting out at $349.99.

According to the listing, the device will come in three storage size variants starting with 32GB, then jumping up to 64GB, and finally a third model will allegedly be available with 128GB. All models are listed as having only 4GB of RAM, so there may not end up being four models available and none may end up having 6GB of RAM as previous rumors had speculated. It also lists off a 5.5-inch display with Full HD resolution and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a 16MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. It's listed as having a fingerprint scanner on the front, and that it will come running on the latest version of Oxygen OS which will be based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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