Now that the OnePlus 2 unveiling is less than a week away, not a day goes by without any significant news about the new flagship. And once again, today, we have some very interesting news about the OnePlus 2. The device has just hit TENAA revealing a bunch of pictures. This will be the first time we are going to see the handset’s design.
One of the interesting things revealed by these images is the presence of the physical home button. You can clearly see the oval shaped home button right below the display. It will also harbor the fingerprint ID sensor.
At the back, you can see that the placement of the camera unit is a bit lower than usual. There’s also the laser autofocus below the camera sensor. According to the camera review by MKBHD, this helped focus at tremendous speeds, in most cases less than a second. On the left side, you will also find a new button, which could be a customizable function key.
Unfortunately, the TENAA listing didn’t reveal much about the specifications. But then, we already know so much about the device, that it hardly makes any difference. We expect the OnePlus 2 to come in two variants. Inside, there will be Snapdragon 810 v2.1 on board (check out the recent AnTuTu benchmark!), 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, 32GB storage, 13MP camera with Laser AF, USB Type-C port, 3300mAh battery and 5.5-inch 2K display. The price is confirmed to be below $450. [source]