We’re ten days away from the unveil of OnePlus’s sequel to its popular One smartphone – and it’s no ordinary unveil, either, being the first to incorporate a virtual reality presentation so anyone can get the experience of being in a press conference from the comfort of their own homes. While the company has steadily been revealing details about the device, it’s not all come out in one information dump quite yet. But if a OnePlus 2 retail listing on OppoMart is accurate, we may have just the tech specs we want.

According to the listing on the retailer website, the OnePlus 2 will feature a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, with a pixel density at right around 515 pixels per inch. An octa-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 will be powering the phone, as we’d previously already learned. Now here’s where things start to get weird: OnePlus said that the 2 will feature one more gigabyte of RAM than the One, which would mean it would have 4GB of RAM. Strangely enough, the listing says it only has 3GB – we’re inclined to believe this is an error, as of now.

Around back, there’s a 16MP Sony Exmor IMX 234 sensor, with a 5MP front-facing complement, according to the listing. This also is a disparity from what we’ve learned previously – according to EXIF data extracted from the first OnePlus 2 test shots, it has a 13MP sensor. So either there are multiple versions of this phone, or this data isn’t the most accurate right now, and everything here is a placeholder-of-sorts. We’ll know more soon.

Source: OppoMart
Via: PhoneArena

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