OnePlus 2 gets certified by Chinese agency, showing what the phone looks like
OnePlus is set to announce its next flagship on July 27, but information regarding the OnePlus 2 has trickled in well before that date. Today, the device received certification by the TENAA in China. The pictures expose the front, rear, and sides of the device. The only new takeaway here seems to be the rear camera setup. It is positioned rather low and features dual-LED flash above the camera with a mysterious component below.
OnePlus has already shared select specifications belonging to its next phone:
- USB Type-C port for charging, data transfer
- Fingerprint sensor that is “done right”
- Newer version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor
- Fast, efficient 4GB of RAM
- Large 3300mAh battery
- StyleSwap covers
The invite system that everyone has grown to hate about OnePlus will return, despite increasing production, and the company promises to keep the OnePlus 2’s price under $450. Is that price high? Sure, but the OnePlus 2 will apparently be the “Flagship Killer” carrying the company into the next year.
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