Chinese Regulator Leaks OnePlus 2 Photos

22 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Chinese Regulator Leaks OnePlus 2 Photos.

Secret-keeping is not the technology industry’s strong suit, and ahead of the July 27 launch of the OnePlus 2, images of the phone have appeared on a Chinese certification database. It also leaked images for the HTC One E9, another Chinese smartphone, in March, showing it to be similar to its predecessor the M9, media reports show. The latest incident comes as Pete Lau, founder and CEO of Shenzhen-based OnePlus, hopes to reprise the success of his OnePlus One, which proved a hit with Chinese consumers last year as they rallied to its bargain price. We already knew that the device should feature USB Type-C and fingerprint scanner—in fact, you can see the presence of the latter in the above images. This is almost certainly the OnePlus 2’s “lightning quick” fingerprint scanner, which the company announced late last month with the claim that the technology is faster than the iPhone’s TouchID system.

Likewise, a non-descript back panel looks similar to the current model, with an ever-so-slightly lowered camera and LED housing—which features what 9to5Google identified as the new autofocus feature. Once approved, the regulator puts the product’s information on its online system, usually including the manufacturer’s name, the certification number, the model type and associated images. Perhaps most intriguing are the side views, which suggest the addition of a mute switch (think Apple’s iPhone), or maybe a dedicated camera shutter button (think Nokia Lumia 1020), as 9to5Google speculated. In terms of what’s inside, OnePlus has already offered up a reasonably detailed breakdown of specs: you can expect a Snapdragon 810 CPU, 4GB of RAM, 13-megapixel camera, dual SIMs and a 3,300mAh battery.

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed on Twitter that it will be under $450, but beyond this, it looks like we’ll have to wait until the launch event on July 27th to find out more. The Chinese smartphone maker has not yet announced exact pricing details, but earlier this month, it put to bed rumors that the next-gen handset will cost up to $200 more than its predecessor.

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