OnePlus Two has been called a flagship killer ever since it was released. The 64GB variant of this device is available for a price of 249 pounds including VAT. Right now, the 16GB variant is not available.
However, this device still features the incredible design and high-grade specifications that one would expect from a flagship phone. The device feels expensive and is not lightweight or flimsy either. When you twist the device, the magnesium-alloy frame doesn’t have a tendency to bend.
There are four different kinds of finishes available with the rear panel. Three of them are available in natural wood, like Black Apricot, Rosewood, and Bamboo and there is also another one in Kevlar! It has a 13-megapixel camera that comes with laser-assisted autofocus.
This is a feature you would find in high-end smartphones and certainly not on mid-rangers. Under the hood, it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core 810 processor. This is the 810v2.1 processor that was built specifically for the OnePlus Two. The device has 64GB of storage. It will run on a 4GB RAM module.
OnePlus Two comes with a 5.5inch Full-HD IPS display, a decent 3300mAh battery, along with a fingerprint sensor lodged inside the home button. The latter works brilliantly and you also get USB Type-C connection for charging purposes along with data synchronization.
Latest reports indicate that the successor of OnePlus Two, obviously OnePlus Three, will come sooner than you expect. If you consider the leaked images, this device will be a lot different from its predecessor. June 2014 witnessed the release of OnePlus One while August 2015 saw the release of OnePlus Two.
Now, it is difficult to predict when the next-generation device will arrive. However, things are quite competitive these days and OnePlus needs to come out soon unless it wants to be forgotten.
From the front, OnePlus Three looks a lot like its predecessor but it resembles HTC One series handsets as well. It will feature a metal unibody build and will, of course, include a fingerprint sensor. OnePlus has already been noticed on the popular benchmarking site, AnTuTu.
The model number is OnePlus A3000 and it features a full-HD 1920×1080 resolution display, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, Adreno 530GPU, a 16megapixels rear along with an 8megapixel front camera. The device runs on 4GB of RAM.
There are other reports which suggest that the device will have a 5.5inch Full-HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, internal storage of 64GB, 3500mAh battery with fast-charging feature along with 6GB of RAM.
Meanwhile, how does the OnePlus Two stack up against the HTC 10? The OnePlus Two is comparatively larger and heavier but the size is quite comparable. The displays come in different sizes with different resolutions but they make use of the same screen technology. Both these devices also run on 4GB of RAM.
The HTC 10 ends up clicking better quality photos even though they have almost the same number of megapixels for the rear camera and 5MP shooters on the front. They both have a fingerprint sensor and feature non-removable batteries. Sadly, the OnePlus Two lacks the presence of NFC.
The OnePlus Two has an LTPS LCD Full-HD display with a screen size of 5.5inches. In order to keep the 64-bit Octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor cool, the company had it underclocked to 1.82GHz and 1.56GHz. Compared to that, the HTC 10 finally has a QHD display. It is a Super LCD 5 display with a screen size of 5.2inches and 565ppi.
A 64bit Snapdragon 820 processor was chosen for this device, and it’s the most advanced one in the market as of now. It has an Adreno 530 GPU under the hood and it can be expanded to 2TB using a microSD card.