The last Oneplus one was true well made smartphone with great design and cutting edge hardware with a price of Rs.21,999/- ($300).
Going with the specs, the smartphone comes with 5.5 inch Full HD LCD display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor.
The device comes with two storage and memory options: The first is with 16GB of storage with 3GB LPDDR4 RAM and the Second with 64GB of storage with 4GB LPDDR4 RAM.
The 64GB Oneplus 2 will be available for purchase with invite for Rs.24,999 starting from August 11 in India, the 32GB version will go on sale later this year.
The Camera department of the Oneplus 2 is some thing worth notable and comes with 13MP rear camera with OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation), dual tone flash and laser auto focusing whereas the front camera lets you shoot selfies at 5MP.
The price of the smartphone is a bit high from its predecessor with some justifying specs.
Most of the frame of Oneplus 2 is made of Aluminium-magnesium alloy with same sandstone material on the back with many more customized back covers to choose, it also comes with USB-C connector.
The one great and awaited addition is fingerprint sensor which is situated on the hardware button below the display which also acts as Home button for the phone.
Oneplus has also added a three-way switch for toggling between notifications in Android Lollipop (All, Priority, None) which is a great option to silence sounds and notifications.
The Oneplus 2 now comes with the company's OxygenOS instead of Cyanogen OS found in the predecessor.
810 64-bit Octa core
|4GB / 3GB
64GB / 16GB
|OS||OxygenOS||Based on Android
|13 MP Dual Led
OIS, Laser focus
4K, Slow Motion 120fps
Dual band (2.4/5 GHz)
With such awesome specs and still lower price will it be able to retain the name "The Flagship Killer" ?
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