Upcoming OnePlus Mobile with Finger Print Scanner Just For Rs.

OnePlus Two, the successor of last year’s flagship killer, is anticipated to boast an unprecedented set of specs while maintaining the impressive price scheme. It has already created a buzz with the revelation of it’s price ahead of the launch, i.e. 2499 Yuan or Rs. 25,700, and a fingerprint scanner that is expected to be much better than Apple’s Touch ID. Now, fresh specifications of an unknown OnePlus device have surfaced on Geekbench Test results, that may be the rumoured OnePlus One variant, or the future flagship OnePlus Two.

The benchmarking report speaks of a new device, OnePlus One, with model number A2001. This is different from the model number of the original OnePlus One, which was A0001 running on quad-core Snapdragon 801. The test results confirm that the next smartphone is armed with an octa-core processor, with each core clocked at 1.55 GHz. The device would run on the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop.

The Chinese electronics start-up OnePlus released the flagship killer, the One, last year and conquered the mid-segment smartphone market. It was a feature-rich phone with top-notch specs and came with a reasonable price tag. The upcoming OnePlus Two has been creating a buzz for a while now – the market is ready to welcome an upgrade. From the ongoing speculations, it is expected to be another best-seller.

We are summing up all that we know till date about the OnePlus Two (temporarily titled).


Not much is known about the specifications of the upcoming OnePlus handset, but we some significant information that points out to its robust processing capacity. As per the detail leaked by the company CEO Liu Zuohu, OnePlus Two will run on Snapdragon 810 chipset along with 4GB RAM. A 5.5-inch 2K display will enhance the viewing experience of the user.

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There is a high possibility of OnePlus Two running on Cyanogen OS, as the differences between Cyanogen and the Chinese smartphone firm have been sorted out. All legal proceedings have been resolved and the cases have been withdrawn through mutual consent. The addition of Cyanogen on the next OnePlus device might help drive the sales of the device.


In the major disclosure yesterday, OnePlus’ Zuohu spilled the beans on the release time of OnePlus Two. The much-awaited device will make a debut in the third quarter of this year.India will be one of the first countries to see the launch of the next probable flagship killer.

The kickass back panels promised by OnePlus that never came to the market.


The handset will be priced higher than its predecessor. It is reported to cost 2499 Yuan, which translates to Rs. 25,700 approx. The firm must have decided on quality features and specifications that speak for its price.

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