OnePlus 2 will have a 3300mAh battery

Apart from letting fans and the media know that the OnePlus 2 would be smaller in footprint than the One, OnePlus also announced the battery size for the upcoming flagship.

The company said that the OnePlus 2 would have a 3300mAh battery, up from 3100mAh of the One. From the AMA hosted on Reddit:

Although the OnePlus 2 is smaller than the OnePlus One we’ve managed to pack almost 10% more juice: the OnePlus 2 will have a whooping 3300mAh battery!

Camera-wise, we have a bunch of things that we believe will set the OnePlus 2 apart, but we’ll leave the details for the launch

So far, the OnePlus 2 is known to have the following:

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The last part, i.e., the invite system is something that might not go down too well with buyers. Besides, there hasn’t been anything that would blow the buyers’ mind so far, or is it? Android Central note that OnePlus will try to better the invite system. Time will tell how that turns out!

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  1. Kieran olsson
    July 9, 2015

    I’m gonna buy it

    • Mesterio
      July 10, 2015

      Good for you.

  2. July 9, 2015

    It will have a 3300mAh battery … SO WHAT ABOUT THAT? Is it the only phone that has a 3000+ mAh battery? Gosh I hate the way they announce their phones in China. Does any other international OEM do all these crap?

    OK they make smartphones with great hardwares at relatively cheap prices and make it possible for some of us to own great phones but why not just announce the phone and its specs at a go?


    • alan4195
      July 10, 2015

      I hear ya, Mike. Don’t forget, OP also made it sound like they were the first company to roll out a proper fingerprint sensor. I can’t wait for them to announce their REVOLUTIONARY! QHD display, lol.

      • July 10, 2015

        REVOLUTIONARY! Indeed. These days I am more interested in reading news from brands like Oukitel than OP.

        They are not the only ones making good phones. And the cost of their phone is increasing .. prrr

  3. alan4195
    July 10, 2015

    3300mAh sounds like an upgrade vs. the OP1, but when you consider the likelihood of a QHD display coupled with the battery-sucking SD 810, you’re almost definitely going to be looking at shorter battery life. Expect awesome standby and dismal SOT.