Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus, which has reached quite a level of popularity among hardcore Android users, is about to unveil its third “flagship killer,” a phone that appeared in countless rumors leading up to its June launch. A new report brings more details about the phone’s specs, including one feature Apple should definitely copy for the upcoming iPhone 7.

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Serial leaker Evan Blass, who’s been fairly accurate with his leaks in the past listed in a tweet the main features of the upcoming basic OnePlus 3 version – the company, is rumored to have at least two distinct OnePlus 3 models.

“OnePlus 3 basics: 5.5-inch 1080p, Snapdragon 820, 64GB storage, 16MP rear camera, NFC,” Blass wrote on Twitter, posting a picture that shows the device running an Android N preview build.

Some of these specs have already appeared in benchmark leaks, but what’s interesting about the “basic” OnePlus 3 is that it’ll pack 64GB of built-in storage that should be plenty for most Android users. Previous reports said the cheapest OnePlus 3 will have 32GB of storage.

Apple, meanwhile, stuck with 16GB as the entry-level memory option for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE. No matter how hard Apple might defend its choice, 16GB of storage is simply not good enough for a flagship device like the iPhone, especially when competitors are seriously upping their game in the storage department.

Naturally, there’s no way to confirm the OnePlus 3 specs just yet, but the Chinese smartphone vendor is said to take the wraps off the OnePlus 3 flagship soon. According to a chat transcript between a customer and a OnePlus representative, the OnePlus will be unveiled on June 14th during a VR-focused event.