The OnePlus 2 is keep making a headlines these few days with all the leaks (and somehow conflicting) information and until now, we are still unsure on what some of the hardware will be.
In the recent leak, TENAA might have just lent us a helping hand there The OnePlus team might be teasing us, up until the launch next week on July 27th. There is still no going around the Chinese certification authority which just happened to require and list photos of the products it approves.
Now, we get to see the OnePlus 2 in all its glory and there are quite a few surprising aspects on the exterior. The basic shape seems unchanged as well as the signature sandstone black.
The most surprising new feature is the round, Samsung-like, physical button on the front. While the OnePlus One does have capacitive buttons for nagivation, the actual physical button may indicates something is new, so it can house the fingerprint sensor, as hinted by previous rumors.
The camera seems to be lower down the back, LG-style, however it doesn’t appear to offer any additional buttons, so the new placement is probably due to some internal reshuffling of bits. Looking at the sides of the new phone, we can see one more change – the controls are now swapped with the unlock button on the left and the volume rocker on the right.
No detail specs found on TENAA listing yet but as far as we currently know, the new beast will come with 5.7 inch screen with resolution 1440 x 2560 pixels, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC v2.1 with better heat management. RAM believed is 4GB LDDR4 and will come with 2 type of storage, 16GB and 32GB.
Camera setup consists of a 16MP main camera and a 5MP front-facing camera. Finally, battery capacity should be around 3,300 mAh and possibility of having dual SIM support.
Are you ready for next week?