Three versions of the OnePlus 2 to launch with 3-4GB RAM

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The OnePlus 2 launch is coming up later this month and with an imminent launch the phone is now going through certification processes where it three version of the phone have been leaked.

A new Bluetooth SIG certification for the OnePlus 2 shows up 3 versions of the phone with model numbers A2001, A2003 and A2005. If you are wondering what the differences between the versions are well we can take a look at Geekbench for partial answers.

From Geekbench we see that there are models with both 3GB RAM and 4GB RAM, both of which are running an under clocked Snapdragon 810 chipset running at just 1.55Ghz. The final version of the phone will run the same chip but at 1.8Ghz.

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Other difference between the OP2 models are the storage with rumours flying around that we will see 16GB/32GB/64GB and possibly even a 128GB version. These storage options certainly rule out any hope of an SD card on the phone.

Earlier in the year it was also mentioned that OnePlus might launch a new device that might not be a flagship but instead be more of a design exercise for customers who prefer high end materials and design over all out grunt. We haven’t heard much about this phone since early rumours, but it is possible that one of those serial numbers refers to this phone.

The OnePlus 2 will arrive on 27th July via a VR launch. The phone is confirmed to have USB Type C , fingerprint scanner and a Snapdragon 810 chipset.

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  1. Freeje
    July 2, 2015

    How about one without the 810?

    • July 2, 2015

      What would they use instead? There are sought of in a bind. If they use an 801 then people will complain it isn’t a true 2015 flagship. If they wait for a new SoC then fans will complain about the wait. A detuned 810 seems like a good compromise, however it does feel a lot like “settling” and OnePlus should say we should never do this :p I’m not all that excited about this phone, I am more interested in how the company can do a second time round. They have learnt a lot that’s for sure, but will it be enough?

      • Chico Migraña
        July 2, 2015

        But…. The wait for OPO fans is not new, so they can wait just like the first phone.

      • Manjurul Islam
        July 2, 2015

        But they could also go for snapdragon 815 since it has been a long time 810 is available in market. and a better camera like Sony imx230 or 234.

      • RiverHorser
        July 3, 2015

        opo faithful… all 5 of them have been used to wait ages… even more so if they had trouble with their phones and tried tech support…cant see it will be panning out for them this time around with the meniscal numbers they are shipping and few people buying or able to buy the phones. even now since the opo is discounted u can’t see people storming the stores in solana. without cyanogen they also lost their key selling point

  2. Kesko
    July 2, 2015

    So relase day of this phone is 27 July?

  3. Max
    July 2, 2015

    Fans are not stupid. Let’s hope they actually figured out how to tame the 810.

  4. eliHd
    July 2, 2015

    am not getting op2 am might getting huawei honor 7 if the camera is as good/ better than oppo f7a that is.

  5. Hbk
    July 2, 2015

    A 128gb internal storage version with 4gb ram at sub 500$. Would be awesome.

    Would like to see how the dua camera works.

    • Hbk
      July 2, 2015


  6. fred
    July 2, 2015

    should have used mtk6795 instead….

    • Catbert
      July 2, 2015

      It would then have sold as pathetically as the HTC shitphones….. There’s a reason why the world views MTK processors with disdain…..

      Whether or not anyone likes it, SnapDragon and Exynos are the ruling processors, and it will remain that way for a long time to come….

      • Mephisto Zap
        July 2, 2015

        At least in North America I’ve never seen a mediatek phone with the right lte bands. Only 3g. That’s part of the reason, another on is snapdragon chips you can mod with roms and kernals with other chips its not so easy.

      • RiverHorser
        July 3, 2015

        actually OPO sold even less than those pathetic HTCs

  7. The Bastard Christ
    July 2, 2015

    three versions, none dual sim… idiots.

    • pa5t1s
      July 2, 2015

      Umm, I haven’t read anything about single- dual-SIM so far… What are your sources?

  8. pa5t1s
    July 2, 2015

    Summer will be hot !!! 😀