The phone passed through GFX Bench and confirmed some of the more salient specs from TENAA. Specifically, the 6GB of RAM paired with a Snapdragon 820 chipset.
There's more - a 5.5" 1080p screen (AMOLED, says TENAA), 16MP main camera weight 4K video and an 8MP/1080p selfie cam, 64GB of storage and Android 6.0 with Oxygen OS.
You can see some "in the wild" photos here, they show a metal unibody and the fingerprint reader/Home key combo. Again, no invites necessary and the OnePlus 3 will be available at pop-up events in several cities around the world (Europe, India, even the US).
There's always Windows as an alternative. Kind of better than Android. Kind of much better.
With all respect, I just have a cheap decoder in my brain and this is too complex for me. Your reply to me seems lost in translation.
in my computer I need Ram from Ramayana cos nothing else seems to catch up!