OnePlus 2 Leaked Image; Key Design Features Unveiled

Posted: Jun 29 2015, 5:22am CDT | by , in Technology News


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OnePlus 2 leaked image; key design features unveiled

OnePlus 2 is leaked again this time with an image

OnePlus has already been in news, lately, due to its claim that it is going to be the World’s first Virtual reality phone ever. To date, company has not revealed many features of its upcoming flagship phone. Just officially, four things have been brought to the public. The first among them is that it will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with some slight changes.

Secondly, it will have its own oxygen operating system. Thirdly, it would feature USB Type-C port and finally that the device would launch on 27th July. The image that has recently surfaced, which was posted by user moniker kJuma on Weibo (Chinese social network), reveals that OnePlus phone is said to feature same design principle as seen in its predecessor, but the screen size may vary between 5.5-inch and 5.7-inch, what's more, it will support 1080p resolution.

Pressing 3GB of RAM, the OnePlus 2 will be offered in 16GB and 64GB storage alternatives. Another intriguing component to get uncovered is that up and coming Smartphone will gloat a metal-outline around the edges. The spilled photograph has been treated with a channel so it is hard to affirm on the off chance that it is genuine. So far OnePlus has chosen to remain silent and not to respond to speculations.

We will finally know all the details next month, until the detailed release of the specifications by the Smartphone Company’s management.

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