Much awaited OnePlus 2 is set to release on July 27.
OnePlus today uncovered a rundown of partners that helped it make the OnePlus 2; it just took the ribbon off new handset that will be formally reported on July 27. While there are no astonishing names on the rundown, not even Samsung, which, as you may know, is supplying parts for a hefty portion of its opponents, including Apple. OnePlus says that its upcoming cell phone is "the 2016 lead flagship killer."
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But we're in 2015, and the OnePlus 2 will positively be launched for the current year, potentially not long after its July 27 declaration. For those who think that there is some fault in this news story and this couldn’t be the real news. Well! OnePlus presents the new Smartphone as "the 2016 flagship killer" on its social networking platforms; both on Twitter, and Facebook. It just looks like OnePlus is a bit too enthusiastic about its new handset.
A number of specifications and details of the OnePlus 2 Smartphone have already been revealed by the company, including dual-SIM support;; Oxygen OS (likely to be as close to stock Android); a 3300mAh battery ;a fingerprint sensor; a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 SoC; a USB Type-C port; 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, and possibly a metal build. Reasonably talking, most of the people and the experts think that; it is difficult to accept that the OnePlus 2, regardless of how great it may end up being, will have the capacity to remain by 2016's leader cell phones.
Also that OnePlus itself will probably launch another flagship phone one year from now, so showing the OnePlus 2 as a "2016 flagship killer" seems as though the phone is additionally an enemy of the OnePlus 3 - or whatever OnePlus' third-era lead will be called. The cell phone won't cost more than $450, and it will be accessible by means of an enhanced invite system. For now most of the people will definitely be anticipating this cell phone. OnePlus is all set to launch its OnePlus 2 smartphone at a virtual reality event on July 27.
OnePlus 1 was one of the hottest phones of 2014 but the limited availability just ruined the party for its lovers. High end specs along with a killer price tag is what made it a winner and this time the company is again trying to work on the same strategy and plans to overcome the biggest mistake they made; its availability. With the OnePlus 2, it is reported to have up to 50x more inventory than the OnePlus One at launch.