What we know about the OnePlus Two, the follow-up to the OnePlus One, is that it will most likely not be powered by CyanogenMod, after the two companies broke up and OnePlus introduced its own OxygenOS. We also (think) we know what the company needs to do right with its next phone, and that the image above is a concept.

Thanks to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, we now also know that the OnePlus Two specs, coming in the third quarter of the year, will include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor (which, by the way, doesn’t overheat, claims a company executive). Lau took it to Weibo to discuss hardware with the fans, and, while being asked about the price, he said that 2499.99 Yuan might be a reasonable price (that’s about $403).

The OnePlus Two is expected to pack, according to rumors, a large, 5.5 or 6-inch display with QHD resolution, 3GB of RAM, 2.5D glass (which is becoming a trend now with the ZTE Nubia Z9 and OPPO R7), and a fingerprint scanner.

Source: Weibo
Via: GizChina

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