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OnePlus finally launches its next flagship OnePlus 2

OnePlus finally launched its next flagship phone OnePlus 2. At first there was a lot of questions in mind if the Chinese startup company will be able to deliver the best to the users. As OnePlus always says “Never Settle”, the new OnePlus 2 is quite impressive. The smartphone will range from $329 and the price will vary depending on the the variants. The 16 GB model will be priced at $329 and the 64 GB model will price $389. Check out the specs below.

OnePlus finally launches its next flagship OnePlus 2

OnePlus 2 is built on a mighty 64-bit architecture and will sport an ultra-premium Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810 octa-core processor. This deadly combination is crazy enough to grab eyeballs. The phone will be teamed up with Adreno™ 430 GPU, intensive 3D games and an amazing user interface.

Other features include:

1. 5.5” display sports an impressive 1500:1 contrast ratio.
2. 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM.
3. 16 GB and 64 GB storage.
4. 4G LTE connectivity.
5. A powerful 3,300 mAh lithium-polymer battery to keep your phone alive through an entire day.
6. 1080p display with a pixel density of 401 PPI.
7. IPS LCD and ultra-bright LED technologies.
8. 178 degrees of crystal clear viewing angles gives the best display experience even in sunlight.
9. The OnePlus 2 camera sensor contains large 1.3µm light-collecting pixels with 13MP smartphone camera, another great combination to boost low light photography.
10.Runs OxygenOS operating system.

Check the specification sheet from OnePlus 2 website

Check more on the price below:

OnePlus finally launches its next flagship OnePlus 2 - Last modify: July 28th, 2015, Author: Debaleena
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  • Ismail

    specifications are good, price is good…but i don t understand why did they removed the fast charging, NFC which is the most important thing in today`s world…it really makes me feel like a show stopper item for me

  • Temy Subaktian

    I like the design a lot. It’s far more pleasing than the iPhone 6 Plus is. I don’t like that there’s no microSD card slot however, as that’s a right inconvenience for me.Dual sim! Good! I hope it’s the start of a trend, shame they are Nano slots.

  • panos kostagiannis

    There is no NFC, no Quickcharge 2.0 and no wireless charging. And while I love the USB type C connector, it’s still USB 2.0, not USB 3.0.. Looks like the “flagship killer” just commited suicide