Update: OnePlus 2 spotted in 2 videos showing Antutu and Design


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If you were hoping those fugly TENAA leaks weren’t the real deal then perhaps you should look away now, as a new video shows a device matching the design of the OnePlus 2 having an Antutu workout.

With just hours to go before launch someone in China has managed to get their hands on a functioning OnePlus 2 and run Antutu on the device. More than that though, the tipster went ahead and made a video showing the front of the OnePlus 2 ahead of schedule.

The stills from the video show a phone that looks physically smaller then the OPO, with less chin overhang than the original OPO, meaning even with the physical home button the phone does seem much shorter.

We can see that the bezels are still quite wide in comparison to todays phones, and that it seems like there are two backlit buttons either side of the physical homebutton/fingerprint scanner. Looking at the edge of the phone the front panel could have a 2.5D glass curve to it.

In the video the Antutu test reveals that the phone in question has a 1920 x 1080 display, Snapdragon 810 chipset, Adreno 430 GPU, 16GB internal memory, Android 5.1.1, 13 mega-pixel main camera, and oddly enough 3GB RAM. This does indicate that Chinese customers might have the choice of a 3GB 1080 version of the phone, while international fans may only get a more up market 4GB RAM 2K model.

Update: A second video has also been uploaded

The OnePlus 2 launches tomorrow, but if you cannot wait head over to our OnePlus 2 feature round up here.

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75 Comments

  1. balcobomber25
    July 26, 2015

    The OS has a Flyme like look to it even the colors they used are colors you normally associate with Flyme (the greens, purples and blues).

    • Guaire
      July 26, 2015

      It’s their Hydrogen OS only for China. Probably other markets will get Oxygen OS which pretty close to stock Android like OPO.

      • balcobomber25
        July 27, 2015

        I actually like the look of it, to me Flyme is one of the best OS’s to look at. They use a lot of colors with a cooler temperature which makes it easier on the eyes. I would actually love to give Hydrogen a shot some day, do you know if there is an English version as well?

        • Guaire
          July 27, 2015

          It has English option.

  2. sandro khokhiashvili
    July 26, 2015

    sooooooooo maybe high end one plus two not look that ugly

  3. Giulio Dainese
    July 26, 2015

    With 1920×1080 resolution and 480 dpi density the calculator says 4.6″! I hope it so much…

    • balcobomber25
      July 26, 2015

      Judging by the pictures it is nowhere close to 4.6, most likely 5.5.

      • Dante
        July 26, 2015

        Nope, the model in the video is most likely 5 inch or even 4.6/4.7 inch you can clearly see that the device is smaller than the OPO even with that humongous bezel – which is smaller than i expected

        • balcobomber25
          July 26, 2015

          We shall see but if anyone really thinks its going to be smaller than 5, they are going to be disappointed. Although this phone is going to be full of disappointments.

          To AdM it’s wishful thinking on their part. They confuse DPI with PPI and think they are onto something and then look at the picture and use that to convince themselves that is under 5 inches.

        • AdM
          July 26, 2015

          How can you say that if there’s nothing to compare the size with?

    • The phone is 5.5.

      480 is the SAME amount of dpi my Oneplus One has.

      They know we want a smaller phone, but they goofed up and produced another 5.5″ phone ?

      • Giulio Dainese
        July 26, 2015

        The oneplus one is 401 ppi, so it must be smaller, or there is an error on antutu ?

        • DPI and PPI are two DIFFERENT THINGS.

          Fail?

          • Giulio Dainese
            July 26, 2015

            Pixe per inch, dot per inch, what is the difference?

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              PPI measures the pixel desnity based on the screen size (5.5 inches for the One Plus One) and resolution (1920X1080). It tells you how many pixels there for every inch of the display. The DPI number affects how those pixels are displayed. Higher number DPI will have bigger font and lower density (everything on the screen from icons to letters take up more space), a lower number will have smaller font and higher density (more available space on the same screen size). By default many phones ship with a DPI of 480. The only way to change is it to root your phone.

  4. Steven Fox
    July 26, 2015

    19k FHD 3D Score, man that Adreno 430 is a beast, which means that the CPU is clocked allot lower as Antutu is a CPU favouring benchmark. CPU performance should be far less than Exynos 742x, even less than Helio X10.

  5. Andrew P
    July 26, 2015

    “This does indicate that Chinese customers might have the choice of a 3GB
    1080 version of the phone, while international fans may only get a more
    up market 4GB RAM 2K model.”

    Sounds unreal that the same model would be so different. Either OnePlus is fooling us and they got few phones for release, or the sucess of OPO was just luck.

    • balcobomber25
      July 26, 2015

      The success of the OPO was for two reasons: CM and western availability. It was the first Chinese flagship specifically marketed to people in the west. But that opened the doors for people to learn about Honor, Xiaomi, Meizu and Nubia among others. I am willing to bet this site has seen a lot of increased traffic from the west as a result of the OP. They no longer have CM and now those same people know they can get more flagships for around the $300 mark. What we are left with is OP marketing, which was a complete disaster last year too but was saved by CM and high demand.

      • Andrew P
        July 26, 2015

        Yes, you are right that CM and availability made their luck, but it’s still luck. They did not expect OPO to sell that well, nor other manufacturers expected that. Also they did not expect that they will get so much free advertising from media sites.

        You can say after their success what was the formula, but you probably couldn’t say that it is the formula of success before the phone launch.

        • balcobomber25
          July 26, 2015

          I am saying without CM and availability they would have been like ZTE’s Nubia, a brand which makes some good phones but doesn’t have near the hype or success that the OPO had.

          • Andrew P
            July 26, 2015

            I understand what you are saying, and I am saying that they didn’t know that will make them successful.

            P.S. ZTE’s Nubia is only for China, it’s not made to be sold for western users.

            • balcobomber25
              July 26, 2015

              No company knows what will make them successful, they come up with a plan and hope it works. Often times what makes a company successful was never planned or intended.

              ZTE created the Nubia brand specifically to launch outside of China. They didn’t nearly have the success that OPO had but they have had strong sales outside of China and have officially launched in other Asian countries such as India. But the entire brand was supposed to be a direct to consumer brand, meaning online, targeting the European market specifically.

            • Technerd
              July 26, 2015

              But you cant buy it in germany ilike it with this bezel Technologie.But no sd810.And it is little bit overprized i think.Zte makes cool technic like car Park systems.

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              You can buy the Nubia in Germany, every reseller ships to Germany.

            • Technerd
              July 27, 2015

              No i live in Germany and in popular shops there is only the blade s6.You can trust me i live in Germany.I can import the phone but i cant buy it from shops in Germany .Also on the german webpage from zte there is no z9.

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              http://en.efox-shop.com/zte-nubia-z9-mini-qualcomm-snapdragon-615-15ghz-octa-core-50-zoll-fhd-bildschirm-android-50-4g-lt-g-301510

              That’s why I said resellers as online shops such as the one above, all of which ship to Germany. The Nubia line isn’t sold in physical stores (except for maybe in China), outside of China it is meant as an online brand only. In many countries it is sold on their version of Amazon. ZTE signed a deal with Amazon to be one of its main purveyors of the Nubia series:

              http://www.amazon.de/ZTE-Smartphone-Android-Octa-Core-Schwarz/dp/B010DD7NJ4/ref=sr_1_4?s=ce-de&ie=UTF8&qid=1437977282&sr=1-4&keywords=ZTE

            • Technerd
              July 27, 2015

              No

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              Ever hear of efoxshop? It is a reseller specifically for Germany:

              http://en.efox-shop.com/zte-nubia-z9-mini-qualcomm-snapdragon-615-15ghz-octa-core-50-zoll-fhd-bildschirm-android-50-4g-lt-g-301510

              Besides them I don’t know of a single reseller that doesn’t ship to Germany.

            • Technerd
              July 27, 2015

              I am not dumb man but i thougt you mean physical stores .Of course i know efox i bought from them once.But i wont buy again because they confused .I ordered an after one month i got it.A tip don’t be so aggressive .You alwas habe to discuss.You alwasy think you are right man.

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              Not being aggressive at all. Giving you information because you were obviously confused. If you took my response as being aggressive I apologize that wasn’t my intent.

            • Technerd
              July 27, 2015

              I wasnt confused .But i understood that you promise that you can buy nubia in germany in ervery shop.And this is wrong.Of course i know you can import phones .I have umi emax.But let’s Ende our discussions here (plural).I also read everyday news so i am also tech geek.With aggressive i ment that und every comment there is a comment that was dritten by you.You also tell Thema that their opinion is wrong.But keep up being so active.

          • Jim Shortz
            July 26, 2015

            “Nubia doesn’t have the hype or success that OPO had.” So true lol

  6. Dante
    July 26, 2015

    Thank god you posted this article here – i was sick of the comments from wccftech

  7. Dante
    July 26, 2015

    Wait I Have A theory ! ! ! Oneplus Said in their AskMeAnything thread that they will release 2 phones this year – Maybe there will be a smaller model with 1080p resolution and 3 gb of Ram? And the 5.5 one will have quadhd resolution and 4 gb of Ram … I clearly dont know what to expect if the Opo wont suit my taste ill get the Lg G4 which will be my safe choice (incase that even Axon and ZUK) dont impress me)

    • balcobomber25
      July 26, 2015

      MX5 doesnt impress you? I have been using it for 2 days now and it is an amazing phone.

      • MexiDroid
        July 26, 2015

        is the camera better than MX4 ???

        • balcobomber25
          July 26, 2015

          It is the same sensor but they updated the software and changed out the optics. I never had or used an MX4 but from samples I have seen it is better.

          • Technerd
            July 26, 2015

            I am waiting for the pro Version .I think it will be a beast.I hatte qualcomm the destroyed the nubia flagship in my opinion it would be the besteht phone oft 2015 .But it also Gomes wuth fuckin sd810.Why?.I am waiting also. For mate 8 that will mabey come with fucking overpowered kirin950 .

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              The MX5 Pro will have the latest Samsung SOC available most likely the 7420 that is in the S6. Meizu has a long history of using Samsung parts and that is the only SoC more powerful than the Helios X10 that is presently available. Meizu doesnt use Qualcomm so the 810 is out.

            • Technerd
              July 27, 2015

              I habe read it may be come with helio x20.I read it on androidauthory or Androidheadlines if you want to check it.

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              It’s all speculation at this point. Most people are pointing to the fact that the Mx5 uses the Helios X10 and saying that is the reason they will stick with Mediatek and use the xX0. With the MX4 they used Mediatek for their regular version and Samsung for the PRO version. I think they will do the same here. Meizu has a long running relationship with Samsung and has always used one of their SoC’s in a phone dating back to their very first phone the M8 in 2007. It has been a very good relationship between the two companies and I don’t see that ending anytime soon.

            • Technerd
              July 27, 2015

              I know they may use Samsung .But maybe the helio x20 is cheaper than the Samsung chip.Maybe the x20 scores as good as the samsung while the helio x20 dont overheatthat mich.

            • Kubis
              July 27, 2015

              Its probably going to be Helio as Mediated invested to Meizu recently:

              https://www.gizchina.com/2015/05/07/breaking-mediatek-invests-in-meizu/

            • July 27, 2015

              Pretty sure it’ll be MediaTek

            • balcobomber25
              July 27, 2015

              Prices for SoC’s are impossible to figure out or even speculate on. There are variable prices in this industry, meaning what Meizu pays for a Samsung SoC might be considerably less than what Xiaomi would pay if they used it. Until they start releasing BOM’s we will never know though.

              The Helios X20 will probably be an excellent chip, and Meizu will probably have an X20 phone at some point. But I just don’t see them dropping Samsung all together.

      • Bailey
        July 27, 2015

        Can I ask how the mx5 handles play music and play films. As sometimes if you have issues with loading play services you generally find that there will be certain films from the Play store that it will not play and it can have trouble using play music

        • balcobomber25
          July 27, 2015

          I don’t really use the play store much but I have had no issues playing videos on Youtube. For music I mostly use my own music or Tunein and it has been excellent with both of those. The sound quality is very good.

          • Bailey
            July 27, 2015

            The reason I asked it because the situation came up with my Mx3 and not even Google could help me as it was not in their device list. Its a pain when you have 50 films and they don’t work

      • Dante
        July 27, 2015

        Wut.

        • balcobomber25
          July 27, 2015

          Meizu Mx5

          • Dante
            July 30, 2015

            Belive me th. Mx5 is even a more insubstantial upgrade i took the plunge for my mom and bought it.its actually really cheap compared to resseper mx4 prices at launch it was like 550 bucks now u can get the mx5 for 320 bucks
            the software still buggy as hell camera is the same at least they added laser autofocus build quality isnt better even if its full metal – the back feels to be made un professional also the screen is great in mine example but lots reported of bad calibration

            • balcobomber25
              July 30, 2015

              I have the phone my software isn’t buggy at all. For the camera change out the stock camera app with a better one and the photos are amazing.

            • Dante
              August 2, 2015

              Wooo in no case change the camera app – the stock one is one of the best from all the smartphones / mx4 was the first phone with full camera controll

            • balcobomber25
              August 2, 2015

              The stock camera app is terrible. Open Camera and Lenovo Super Camera are far superior to it.

            • Dante
              August 6, 2015

              Lol no the manual controls are bad in those

            • balcobomber25
              August 6, 2015

              Have you ever used Lenovo Super Camera?

            • Dante
              August 7, 2015

              Yes and it is brilliant

              but the meizu camera has some nifty features especially light field

            • balcobomber25
              August 7, 2015

              I don’t like the post processing or speed for the Meizu App. They do have some nifty user controls but the app needs some optimization.

            • Dante
              August 7, 2015

              Agreed but installing the lenovo super camera on most of the phones is a pain in the @$$

            • balcobomber25
              August 7, 2015

              It depends on the phone, it can be a pain for some.

    • AdM
      July 26, 2015

      Not going to happen! It will be just one phone and everything points towards a really bad design choice.

  8. SPLEND1D
    July 26, 2015

    rubbish

    • E8hffff
      July 26, 2015

      Lacking feature-cred.

  9. That score is trash. We’re getting that on the Oneplus One right now!

  10. Manjurul Islam
    July 26, 2015

    There is supposed to be three models a2001, a2003 n a2005, what has happened to other two variants?

    • balcobomber25
      July 27, 2015

      Most likely its all the same model but just for different markets. For instance a2001 will be for the Chinese market, a2003 will be for North America, a2005 will be for Europe/Asia. The only difference among them will be the Chinese ones run Hydrogen, the others run Oxygen OS and they have different LTE bands.

      Asus for instance has 4 models for it’s Zenfone 2 (Taiwan, China and India, US and Global).

  11. July 26, 2015

    Whats with the ugly look… Give me back the design of OPO

    • Owsley_66
      July 26, 2015

      Might not mean anything. Could just be based on all the leaks. Know soon enough.

      • balcobomber25
        July 27, 2015

        I wouldn’t count on it. OP is a company that encourages leaks and usually starts most of them on their own.

        • Owsley_66
          July 27, 2015

          Very true. They have become the masters of leaks and hype so it will be interesting to see just how close those spec’s over at Device Specifications turn out to be for at least one of the models their releasing.

  12. Owsley_66
    July 26, 2015

    The 2 is listed on Device Specifications: http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model/f7843536

  13. Marco Mejia Lopez
    July 27, 2015

    I’m very disappointed ?

  14. Jean Carlo Palmisano Rademaker
    July 27, 2015

    So not liking the design!

    • Andrew Snyder
      July 27, 2015

      Who the hell wants a button like the iPhone and home buttons like a Samsung. Disgusting.

  15. Sansa
    July 27, 2015

    This is not the 2, must be some marketing trick or just fake. They are not that dumb.