OnePlus 1 and OnePlus 3 are one of the much-loved smartphones from the Chinese maker OnePlus and soon after the launch; both models took the market by storm. However, in a short span of time, OnePlus 3 with its high-end features started running out of stock.
The shortage of OnePlus 3 since last few weeks has made the tech gurus assume an upgraded model and high waves of rumours are found to circulate around OnePlus regarding the launch of a new and refreshed model of OnePlus 3. And making all those expectations and buzzes true, the Chinese conglomerate now is reported to fold up the production of OnePlus 3 and gearing up to launch a revitalised model of it, which is rumoured as OnePlus 3S or 3 Plus.
While the confusions are still going on about the name of the successor model of OnePlus 3, a new smartphone, having the model number OnePlus A3010 is reported to qualify the criteria of 3C certification in China.
As the model number of OnePlus 3 was A3000, with the successive model number, this mysterious phone is expected to be OnePlus 3S or OnePlus 3 Plus. However, no certainties are yet found about the exact name of the smartphone.
GizmoChina, the microblogging site of China has posted a number of screenshots of the smartphone having the model number A3010 which is quite identical to the model number of OnePlus 3. However, the leaks suggested the phone to feature an updated hardware segment.
The A3010 is supposed to be an upgraded variant of the OnePlus 3, and will arrive with a strong and more powerful line-up of features. While OnePlus 3 featured an Optic AMOLED display, a LCD display is expected to hit the market with the upcoming OnePlus 3S.
Though no official announcements have yet made about the features of this mystifying phone, the rumours are anticipated the phone to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor under the hood.
But surprisingly, Carl Pei, the Co-Founder of OnePlus took Twitter to share his views on these rumours and through his post on Twitter, he confirmed that OnePlus will be go further with the iconic Optic AMOLED displays and the upcoming smartphones will be enriched with the same display technology.