OnePlus might be planning hardware revamp of the OnePlus 3
A few days ago, we brought you the news that there was a new device in production and this looked like it was coming from the stables of OnePlus. Bearing a lot of similarities to the OnePlus 3, we assumed quickly that is would be named the OnePlus 3 Plus given that it also offered better features to the ones that we have seen in the former units.
However, we might have been wrong in more ways than one as new reports coming out of China now suggest that we have seen may just be the revamped version of the Oneplus that the company is planning to launch soon, and all on good reason.
For one, we know that the OnePlus 3 is developed with AMOLED screens and the makers of this kind of technology are not being able to keep up with the demand rate, making the supply chain a very tight one for the management of OnePlus.
Likewise, they are having problems with delivering the Graphite model of the smartphone which is in very high demand also and because of this, they would be halting the production of the OnePlus 3 for a while and by the time they bring it back, it would have been with a few changes to the hardware component. At least, that it what the report states.
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