The original OnePlus One smartphone was a huge hit for a number of different reasons and the company wants to keep a good thing going with the device’s not-so-cleverly named successor. We’re less than a week away from its official unveiling, but a leaked photo of the OnePlus 2 has emerged on the web that reveals its full design, including two very key features.

The overall shape and style of the OnePlus 2 looks to mirror its predecessor in many ways, including the same kind of textured back. However, you’ll notice that there is now a physical home button near the bottom. It appears very similar to how Samsung does its home buttons. However, unlike the Galaxy S6, the fingerprint reader on the OnePlus 2 is not built into the home button… which makes the addition of the home button a bit of an odd choice.

Instead, the “lightning quick” fingerprint reader is located on the back by the camera. It seems that more companies are taking advantage of that back real estate lately with Samsung putting a heart rate sensor there and with the LG G4 keeping its power and volume buttons there. The camera has also been pushed a little lower and it could have the same kind of laser focusing as the LG G4 too.

The main specs for the OnePlus 2 have already been announced by the company. As a refresher, you can expect to get a 5.5-inch Quad HD dispaly, Snapdragon 810 SoC, 4G LTE, dual-SIM slot, 4GB of RAM, USB Type-C, 3300mAh battery and a 13MP main camera. Pricing has not yet been announced, but it will be more than the OnePlus One at launch. Look for the unveiling on July 27 with a new invite system in tow.


Source: TENAA via Mobilesyrup

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