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.