Back in July 2014 talk of bacon and lettuce led the masses to begin questioning the possibility of a OnePlus Two. (Bacon refers to the CyanogenMod software running on the OnePlus One.) Nothing came of it at the time, but finally the OnePlus Two has been confirmed for 2015. OnePlus is also working on a second model, which could be a OnePlus Mini. Here's where we put together in one place all the information we have on the OnePlus Two's UK release date, price and specs. Also read our OnePlus One review.
OnePlus Two UK release date
Carl Pei, the 25-year-old co-founder of OnePlus, told our sister title PC Worldthat we can expect to see the OnePlus Two in about six months, giving it a June 2015 release date. However, as we have seen with the OnePlus One, supply and demand will likely be something of a problem - even now it's not possible to simply go to the site and purchase the phone, and still you require an invitation (Also see: How to buy the OnePlus One without an invitation). Although the company is now much larger and has learned from its experiences with its first smartphone, Pei said it will be cautious not to overproduce.
Pei also confirmed that there would not be a OnePlus One tablet, but the company is working on a second model - we reckon it'll be a OnePlus Mini.
OnePlus Two UK price
As with all Chinese smartphones on the market, with the OnePlus Two you can expect a premium phone with a mid-range price. We expect the price to fall in line with the OnePlus One, which costs around £229 for the 16GB model, and certainly no more than £300. We'll update this article as more information becomes available.
OnePlus Two specs rumours
Nothing has yet been confirmed about the OnePlus Two's spec. However, Pei said we will be surprised: Rather than taking on 2015 flagship's in terms of spec, it will do so in design. Could OnePlus be about to produce the first truly affordable Quad HD smartphone? Or will it have a unibody metal chassis? We can't wait to find out and will update this article with rumours as they arise.
It's probably fair to say the spec will not be any less of that of the OnePlus One, although rather than matching the spec of the Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9 and Sony Xperia Z4we might be looking at something a little less powerful but just as pretty.