OnePlus Two Specs, Release Date and Price

After the success of the OnePlus One the young start up behind it is preparing to launch its second device, the OnePlus Two. The new device which is set to release April 17th 2015 will be a true Flagship killer and just like its predecessor, available for a very low price.

Since we first heard of the OnePlus Two back in the OnePlus Reddit AMA many info about the device has leaked. Bellow is an in-depth look into all the leaked information of the new OnePlus Two

OnePlus Two Specs: 5.5inch display, 3GB RAM

  • 5.5inch LTPS energy-efficient Screen
  • Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad core CPU,2.7GHz
  • Adreno 430 GPU
  • 3GB RAM
  • 16GB/64GB ROM
  • 16.0 MegaPixels High definition back camera with flashlight and auto focus
  • front 5.0 Megapixel camera
  • Support 4G/3G/OTG/NFC/Miracast/4K resolution video
  • Single Micro-SIM Card slot
  • Networking: 2G: GSM: 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: TD-SCDMA:1800-1920 /2010-2025MHz; WCDMA: 850/900/1900/2100MHz
  • 4G: TD-LTE: 2570-2620/1880-1920/2300-2400MHz; FDD-LTE:2100/1800/2600MHz
  • 3300mAh non-removable Battery
  • Dimensions: 152.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mm/6.02 x 2.98 x 0.35 inch
  • Weight: 166g

OnePlus Two: Release Date set for April 17th

OnePlus Two concept

According to Geekbuy the new device will become available April 17th. Previous rumors and leaked information confirmed a Q2-Q3 2015 release and the release date given by Geekbuy is close to the OnePlus One release date (25th April 2014).

The OnePlus Two will also have no invitation system. Previously, The One required an invite making it hard for many users to get their hands on one, the new Two won’t have this invitation system.

OnePlus Two: Price $300 – $500

One of the only details that hasn’t been leaked yet is the price of the new device. According to Business insider “t the phone will likely cost less than $500”. We expect the 16GB model to cost just $300 while the 64GB will cost around $500.

OnePlus Two Design and Customization

OnePlus Two styleswap

According to sources, the new device will feature many customization options. For the OnePlus One the company gave the ability to buy back covers called StyleSwap which were available in limited quantities and required an invitation. For the launch of the Two, OnePlus will have “many StyleSwap covers in store” made from different materials like Kevlar, Wood and Bamboo so there won’t be any issues when it comes to availability during launch.

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      1. It’s not a crap but it is just an overclocked chipset of the current one year old model. If the specs are true, it is a big disappointment.

        The OPO was very good phone but had some drawbacks. It is too big for most people. Battery is not removable, no SD slot, bad LTE frequencies support. And all this remains exactly the same as with the previous model.

        There is only a very little improvement in performance over the first model and that’s it. This isn’t sufficient innovation after a year in mobile business.

  1. Meh… Not impressed. Too little, too late for way too much money. When it was introduced in April of last year, the OnePlus One had specs onpar or even better in some respects than the Galaxy S5 for half the price. For OnePlus to hit another home run with the ‘Two’, they’ll need to pull off the same trick and compete against the Snapdragon 810 class of flagships. Otherwise they’ll go from flagship killer to flagship wannabe.

  2. Shit why pay an extra $200 for the extra 32gb of memory buy the cheaper one stick a large micro sd in…..

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