A couple hours back, we took a break from the string of OnePlus 2 talk that had dominated our recent conversations about the manufacturer to look at some minor changes happening for the company’s first-gen handset. But without missing a beat we’re moving right back over to OnePlus 2 territory now, as the latest official teaser for the phone’s hardware arrives and OnePlus announces a hefty serving of system memory.

The OnePlus 2 will get a full 4GB of RAM, up from the 3GB in last year’s OnePlus One. Beyond just the increase in capacity, we’re also looking at a move up to LPDDR4 tech, offering significantly improved memory bandwidth and the promise of lower-power operation to help stretch the phone’s battery even further.

While that bit is nice to learn about, this news arrives with a note that’s not such great news for this OnePlus 2 rumor train: there are no more stops between here and launch day. That is, OnePlus confirms that this RAM news is the last announcement it’s sharing before the phone’s ultimate July 27 debut. For the rest of the hardware picture, we’ll either have to be patient or wait for some fresh leaks to surface.

Source: OnePlus

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