A couple of weeks ago, the new kids on the block, OnePlus tweeted out that the OnePlus 2 is a new 2016 Flagship Killer. We were a little incredulous to say the least because OnePlus 2 isn’t even assured to be a 2016 flagship killer, let alone for 2016. But the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has clarified itself again, saying that what they are going to announce on Monday, 27th July is so much more than specs.
Here is what they said:
It’s about seeing more than what’s right in front of you, chasing more than just benchmarks, and doing more than just competing. We’ve combined hardware, software, and design into a total, forward-thinking package with features that matter to our users.
That sounds great but we still need to see whether the OnePlus 2 has what it takes. The OnePlus’ blog post confirms all the details that they have leaked out about the OnePlus 2 – a 64-bit processor (Snapdragon 810 v2.1), 4GB RAM, USB Type-C, a fingerprint sensor, as well as in-house brewed Oxygen OS.
Would all these weapons still useful to compete against the giant next year? Let’s see.