Several high-quality photos of the OnePlus 2 have been posted to the XDA-developers forums by user “chinaleakking.” They claim to be a beta test that’s had the OnePlus 2 for “a few week,” and they share some of their early impressions of the device too. For example, the OnePlus 2 is said to “feel good in hands,” but it’s fingerprint reader is described as being “not quite sensitive.”
The images show off just about every corner of the OnePlus 2. The back of the phone has a new camera housing with the sensor itself (which chinaleakking says is not a Sony sensor), as well as a flash and another mysterious sensor. Around front is the OnePlus 2’s display and fingerprint reader, and the bottom holds a USB Type-C port and some new-look speaker holes. Finally, the sides of the phone have a volume rocker, power/lock key, and a mysterious switch or button. Perhaps a mute switch?
The OnePlus 2 will make its official debut during an event that starts at 7:00 pm PST tonight. It’ll have features like a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 3300mAh battery, and a 13-megapixel sensor. And while we’ve gotten a good look at the phone’s design this afternoon, we’ll have to actually spend some hands-on time with the phone before making any judgments about its looks or performance.
Based on what we’ve seen of the OnePlus 2 so far, what do you think of OnePlus’s next Android flagship?