It's not in VR or anything, but if you want to see our best look yet at the upcoming OnePlus 2, a five-minute video of the phone has leaked onto YouTube. Well, it's apparently the OnePlus 2 - we can't confirm it, of course, but the low-quality video seems to match the leaked images from a Chinese regulator that we saw earlier this week. Look closely and you can see what appears to be a fingerprint sensor beneath the screen.
The video is mostly silent and the text is in Chinese, but it's pretty easy to follow along as the operator takes in the About page and runs a benchmark. The interface seems to match current versions of the Oxygen OS (plus some new icons and a custom font). The software is "H2OS" (Hydrogen OS is the Chinese version of Oxygen, without Google Apps) based on Android 5.1.1, and storage on the phone is given as 16GB. Though OnePlus hasn't mentioned storage in its many spec updates, that seems like a safe bet for a cheaper entry model.
The AnTuTu test run in the video shows a screen with a resolution of 1920x1080, identical to the original OnePlus One, and a final score of 49221. That's a tad bit lower than the same benchmark with the HTC One M9, which uses the Snapdragon 810 processor that OnePlus has already confirmed for the new model.