After so much of wait and creating lots of hype, finally OnePlus has announced its second smartphone and the successor of last year’s flagship killer OnePlus One, today OnePlus has announced OnePlus Two, its the first time when any company has used VR to launch any smartphone. Company has been teasing for this phone from past couple of months and its one of the much awaited smartphone of the year.
Company has made some nice and brilliant changes in terms design of the device, OnePlus Two features an magnesium aluminum alloy frame which runs all across its body and do gives a premium look to the device. On the left side of the device you will have a slider to which company is calling Alter Slider which lets you toggle between different kinds of notification modes. And company has also implemented fingerprint scanner on the device, its right on the home button.
Some specs has been confirmed by company and some has been leaked by different sources, the only thing which was left was its pricing, and we must say company has priced it very aggressively, $329 and $389 for the 16GB and 64GB variants respectively, and in India its launched at Rs. 22,999 and Rs. 24999 for the 16GB and 64GB variants respectively, however company has said that 64GB variant will be available from 11 August, and 16GB will later come to India.
When it comes to specs, it flaunts an 5.5 inch full HD screen, which is protected by corning gorilla glass 3, under the hood it is powered by Snapdragon 810 v2.1 processor along with 4GB of RAM, no 2GB RAM variant was launched which we have heard in rumors. As told earlier, it comes in two storage variant, 16GB and 64GB.
When it comes to camera, it comes with 13 megapixel rear facing camera which has 6 physical lenses, dual LED flash, OIS and f/2.0 aperture, it can record 4K videos as well. At front you will get an 5MP front facing camera for selfies.
For connectivity it support dual SIM, LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and USB Type C, it houses 3300mAh lithium polymer battery which should give more than 2 days of usage time on normal usage. And when it comes to software it runs on Android Lollipop based Oxygen OS.
Madhu, an student of B.Arch and tech enthusiast, she loves to love to get updated in the field of technology, mainly in mobile world, and at this time she is using iPhone and Lumia device but still she is in search for a device which suits her personality.