The OnePlus 2 is happening – hurrah – and we know we'll see the phone in full on July 27, but we're learning more and more about the phone everyday before it even lands.
A new leak from Bluetooth's SIG certification confirms the phone is coming in three models under the codenames A2001, A2003 and the A2005. Previous benchmarking proves the A2001 and A2003 will boast 4GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 810 chipset clocked at 1.5GHz.
That's the most RAM you're going to get on a phone right now, so it's quite impressive if true.
Sprung a leak
New leaked sketches have also appeared on Business Insider suggesting the design will include both glass and metal, as well as showing off the fingerprint sensor previously confirmed to sit on the back.
According to the sketches it'll also boast an 8MP front facing camera and there's further mention of the improved USB-C connector at the bottom of the phone.
Whilst on the back will be a duo-sensor camera but it isn't clear right now what sensor it'll boast.