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Equipped with top-tier specs and an affordable price tag, the OnePlus 3 is one of our favorite handsets of 2016. Originally launched in silver, the phone is now available in "soft gold."

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Aside from the color, the device is exactly the same as before. It costs $400 or £309 unlocked (which converts to about AU$590).

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On the side is a toggle switch that lets you adjust notification sound settings (silent, priority or all).

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The phone has a 5.5-inch, 1,080-pixel-resolution display.

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Below the display is a fingerprint reader.

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Powering the OnePlus 3 is a Snapdragon 820 processor and a fast-charging 3,000mAh battery.

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The device features OnePlus' own OxygenOS interface that runs on top of Google Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow (though it will be able to updated to Android N at a later date).


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If you plan on buying the OnePlus 3, know that it might not be available right away because of its popularity. In fact, OnePlus will soon halt sales temporarily in 23 European countries due to high demand.

For more info about the phone, including photos and video of the original silver version, check out our full review.

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