Sunday , October 22 2017

The OnePlus 2 launches this week, but that doesn’t stop you getting a quick look before hand

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With a scant 3 days until the launch, the OnePlus 2 has started leaking even more than through the official slow drip leaks that makes up the OnePlus marketing train. The phone hit the Chinese regulatory commission TENAA earlier this week, and now a Chinese user has uploaded a video of the phone showing off a few interesting tidbits.

It’s pretty bland for the most part, with only a little commentary (in Chinese we presume) and shows off the OnePlus 2 running a recent build of Hydrogen OS (the Chinese version of Oxygen OS) based on Android 5.1.1. The video shows the phone running through AnTuTu, which gives us a look at a couple of specs and giving us a benchmark score (49221) which puts it above the Note 4.

The video does give a screen resolution of 1920×1080, which will be welcome for some users who really don’t see the point in the 2K QHD resolution screens, in a trade off for battery life. The storage on the phone shows 16GB, but OnePlus previously made a big show of the minimal difference in price between 16GB and 64GB of storage with the OnePlus One, so we expect that’s an entry level model, and with three versions of the OnePlus 2 certified through the Bluetooth SIG earlier this month, we could see a couple of storage options announced.

Earlier today we found out more about the launch of the OnePlus 2, and the invite system. We’re hoping to have a couple of invites to give away when they go live, so stay tuned.

 
Source: YouTube.
Thanks: +Graham.

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