OnePlus have gone from strength to strength since the start-up began, but with fierce competition we are now all looking at the launch of the OnePlus 2.
The OnePlus One launched around 12 months ago, and is still very much a flagship device, but with competition from rivals the specifications and design of the ‘2014 Flagship Killer’ are beginning crack a little.
A OnePlus Two is what we are all after at this point, and in all honesty we had thought that more leaks and rumours would be available at this time, but that’s not the case. The reason for the lack of information for the successor to the OPO is the fact that the OP2 won’t launch for another 6 months, confirms OP CEO Carl Pei.
6 months from now would have us sitting in mid September, around the same time we expect Meizu to release the Meizu MX5 and Xiaomi to unveil the Mi5. Specifications for the OnePlus 2 haven’t been commented on, but we feel confident that a Snapdragon 810 chip, 3GB+ RAM, and 16 mega-pixel main camera will be features of the new phone.
Availability is likely going to be the same as it is now with Europe, North America and India able to buy the phone, plus which ever countries are added to the this in the next 180 days. As for buying the OnePlus 2, OnePlus have confirmed that the invitation system is here to stay, at least for the time being.