OnePlus Ace 3V: Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 chip and first live image

The OnePlus Ace 3V with a Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 chipset is about to launch. The international release will follow later as the OnePlus Nord 4.
OnePlus Ace 3V

OnePlus is preparing to launch a new mid-range smartphone this month. According to a credible tipster, this is the OnePlus Ace 3V. It is said to be the first phone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 chipset. There are also rumors that it is the Chinese version of the Nord 4 and that it will launch later this month. In addition, the first live image of the Ace 3V appeared today, which confirms previous rumors about the design.

The back of the OnePlus Ace 3V has changed significantly compared to the Ace 2V. There are still cameras lined up vertically, but the camera rings are smaller and installed on a raised module. The main and ultrawide cameras are located in individual camera rings, while the third circle houses the LED flash. The design is strongly reminiscent of the new Meizu 21 Pro.

The OnePlus smartphone also has a 1.5K display, which is how Chinese companies describe the resolution of their panels between 1080p and 1440p. However, that’s hardly an upgrade over the OnePlus Ace 2V, which had a resolution of 2,772 x 1,240 pixels. The Ace 3V is also said to have a 5,500mAh battery with support for 100W SuperVOOC wired charging. This is exactly the same cell as the OnePlus Ace 3, which was later launched internationally as the OnePlus 12R.

The post also states that the OnePlus 13 will launch sooner than expected as the company aims to be among the first manufacturers to launch a flagship with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset. The chip will be unveiled at this year’s Snapdragon Summit in October.

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  1. Many much more expensive so-called flagships from Samsung, Apple or Google don’t even come close to this, which is a shame, but still they don’t hesitate to pay 800-2000 euros for their devices with much worse specifications. Shame!

  2. If all cameras are good enough, I might switch to the Ace 3V (if it ever hits the US market and costs as much or less than the 12R).

  3. The 12R still is the king of the midrange segment in the US, but here also Xiaomi more and more smashes the competition. I don’t see any competitor can stop the X6 Pro.

  4. The naming scheme of the Snapdragon 7 series is so chaotic lol. How did we get from 7 Gen 1 to 7+ Gen 2 to 7s Gen 2 to 7 Gen 3 (only to be found on 2 smartphones) to this?

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