News by Luke Jones on Wednesday May 27, 2015.
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OnePlus confirmed that it would be launching a sequel to the OnePlus One would be launched this year, and it seems that the OnePlus 2 (OnePlus Two) is going to land soon. The Chinese company posted one its website "time for change" alongside an image of the OnePlus One being erased and changed. A June 1st date has also been set for the company to launch the OnePlus Two.Of course, the company's original OnePlus One was something of a game changer. It was a true flagship quality smartphone for just $300, and while OnePlus struggled with making enough units available, the device was well received. The company is again promising to "shake up the tech industry" although it is expected that the new handset will not launch until the third quarter. The OnePlus 2 is reported to come with a 5.5-inch Quad HD screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a fingerprint scanner. While the original OnePlus One cost $299 when it launched, the OnePlus Two is expected to be more expensive, but still a bargain with a mooted price of $400.
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