It's not easy trying to develop a flagship smartphone in secret, particularly when testing it out in the real world can leave all kinds of clues on the web. Benchmarking tests spilled some details about the OnePlus Two a couple of days ago, and now we have a fresh set to pore over.
Chinese site Ludashi has the new specs, which point to a device codenamed A2003 - it has a 1920 x 1080 pixel full HD screen, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 810 processor to keep everything running smoothly.
Those internal specs are the same as the earlier leak but the screen resolution is new. It's another piece of the jigsaw to add while we wait for OnePlus to make an official announcement about its new handset.
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The leaked benchmarks also tag the phone as having a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel one around the front. That's slightly fewer megapixels for the main snapper than we were expecting based on previous rumours.
Hopes are high for the OnePlus Two after the impression left by the OnePlus One - a top-quality handset at a respectable price. It picked up a far-from-shabby 4.5 stars out of 5 in the official TechRadar review.
We don't know anything officially so far except that the phone is on the way. A late 2015 release date has been mooted and the signs point to an invite-only launch, just like the OnePlus One.