With two variants of the OnePlus 3 showing up on benchmarks over the last couple of months, it now looks like there will be in fact two RAM variants of the device and it is going to be a tiny bit cheaper than its predecessor.
This new report, fresh out of China, states that the phone will be available in two RAM versions and will come with the choice between 32GB and 64GB respectively. They will still have the same Snapdragon 820 SoC running the show though, with the aforementioned variants being either 4GB or 6GB.
As for the price, which apparently was dropped by a OnePlus employee, it will be retailing for RMB 1,999 (about RM 1213) as opposed to the OnePlus 2, which went on sale for about RM1,687 (give or take with the exchange rate).
However, the price hasn’t been specified to be for which variant, but its safe to assume that the pricing is for the 4GB/32GB version as the 6GB/64GB variant should be a fair bit costlier.
Either way, the OnePlus 3 will apparently be revealed later this month so we’ll find out if the rumours are true pretty soon.