The OnePlus 2 will officially launch later today, however results from the GFXBench benchmarking tool have already appeared online, seemingly confirming the specifications that we can expect from the handset.
According to the leaked results the OnePlus 2 will come with a top of the range Snapdragon 810 SoC (which we already knew) and 64GB of storage space.
The OnePlus 2 also looks set to come with 4GB of RAM (though measured as 3.6GB on the results page), making it one of the first handsets to come with that amount of memory, and if true could place the handset at the upper echelons of powerful smartphones.
The leaked results also point to a 13MP rear camera (that can shoot video at 4K) and a 5MP front-facing camera.
The OnePlus 2 also looks set to come with a range of connectivity options such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but it apparently won't come with NFC (Near Field Communication) – so it looks like contactless payments is out of the question.
Although these results give us a decent idea of what hardware we can expect from the OnePlus 2, there are some discrepancies.
For example the display is listed as a 1920 x 1080 13.7-inch behemoth, which unless OnePlus is secretly bringing out a tablet, we'd assume is an error – as we're expecting a slightly more sensible 5.5-inch display.
So, these specs might not be completely accurate, but the good news is that we should get official confirmation later today.