At long last, we have our first official look at the OnePlus 2. The device has been documented from all sides – with a complete specs sheet – courtesy of the Chinese certification authority, TENAA. With basically nothing left uncertain, this is the moment we've all been waiting for.
As our source at OnePlus had informed AndroidPIT previously, the OnePlus 2 shares much its DNA with the OnePlus One, in terms of design. There's not too much to distinguish it from its predecessor, other than a slightly different size, physical home button – yes, that's right – and a slightly lower camera module.
Closer inspection reveals a few other key differences. Wondering why there is a physical home button at all? This is clearly where the OnePlus 2's fingerprint sensor is located, just as it is on the Galaxy S6. The camera module on the back has a dual-LED flash up top and a laser auto-focus module like the LG G4.
The back of the device in the TENAA listing is the same sandstone material as the One, but we know bamboo, leather and other custom back panels will be on offer with the OnePlus 2. You can even see the fingernail groove at the bottom left of the second picture.
We also know the OnePlus 2 will support dual-SIM, and it looks as though that tray lives just under the split volume rockers.
The TENAA listing also confirms some other details that we didn't already know for sure. The OnePlus 2 will feature a 5.5-inch QHD display, a 3,300 mAh battery, and a 13 MP main camera and 8 MP front-facing camera.
Add this to the 32 GB internal storage, 4 GB LPDDR4 RAM, USB Type-C and Snapdragon 810 clocked at 1.8 GHz, and this phone is looking pretty good. We just wish that finger scanner was located somewhere else - physical buttons are so 2005.