OnePlus 2 Shows Up for the First Time on Chinese Regulator’s Site


We’ve heard so much about the upcoming OnePlus 2 smartphone in recent days but other than fan renders, we’ve hardly seen the phone itself show up anywhere. Well, since the phone has to get all the relevant approvals from the authorities, at one point or the other we were bound to see it anyway. And here it is thanks to Chinese regulator TENAA:

OnePlus 2

The OnePlus 2 is the successor to last year’s OnePlus One whose claim to fame as the ultimate anti-flagship/flagship killer was dogged by issues with the screen (the yellowing) and of course the broken invite system. OnePlus is still pushing on with the invite system but promises that it will be more efficient this time round and will even use physical invite cards.

The OnePlus 2 will launch next week on July 28th and is expected to cost not more than $450.


Source: Engadget

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