With just 5 left until its official debut, the OnePlus 2, one of this year’s most expected smartphones, makes a first appearance in TENAA (Chinese equivalent of the FCC) certification database.
Could this be the real OnePlus 2?
If we know pretty much about the phone specs, now, the full design of the phone was also revealed, showing what we will most likely see on the official launch event, scheduled for July 27.
As you can see, it follows the same design line started by the previous model, but the front panel of the OnePlus 2 is sporting a physical home button about which we had no idea until now. Still, this totally makes sense, as it will house the highly-rumored fingerprint scanners, according to Gadgets NDTV.
Moving on to the back of the phone, we can notice the camera setup, placed a bit lower now and surrounded by the LED flash and the laser autofocus. Also, the logo is now in the middle. We can’t ignore material used for the back cover either, as it seems that the OnePlus 2 will come in different versions, including the Sandstone Black.
Finally, the side view reveals that the phone will indeed have a metallic chassis, as some rumors were pointing to. We wanted a bit more metal, but it’s better than nothing.
We were expecting…something else
Honestly, we aren’t that impressed by the design of the OnePlus 2 and our opinion is shared by tech enthusiasts all over the web. We were expecting something a bit more spectacular, but let’s wait until next though, in order to see the final version.
The OnePlus 2 will come with a 5.5″ QHD display, while under the hood it will be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 810 CPU, Adreno 430 GPU and 4 GB of RAM.
The storage will count 32 GB and on the back, the phone will feature a 13 MP camera, teaming up with a 5 MP front snapper. The battery is said to have a capacity of 3300 mAh and the operating system will be Oxygen OS, based on Android 5.0 Lollipop.