Hours before the official launch today, professionally shot images of the OnePlus Two have now leaked onto the internet, giving us a much more detailed look at the upcoming flagship killer.
In its latest revelation about the OnePlus 2, the company's CEO Pete Lau has said that the new flagship-class handset - which will feature a Snapdragon 810 processor - will cost less than $450.
Chinese smartphone maker, OnePlus, might soon announce its next flagship smartphone as the company's Twitter account has sent out a teaser similar to what it did last year with the One.
"If OnePlus Two comes with Snapdragon 810, what do you think will be the price?" asked the company's CEO, and after receiving various replies, he said 2499 CNY ($400) "seems to be a reasonable price".
"Open sales for the OnePlus One, forever," says the company. "Farewell to invites." Indeed, from today, you can buy the One without pre-approval - but the invite system will return for the OnePlus 2.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus, has posted an invite on Twitter for 20th April, which could be for the announcement of its next flagship and its rumoured cheaper variant.
A report claims the OnePlus Two will be highly customizable, with some hardware 'surprises', and a metal frame boosting its premium credentials - just as well, as it may well cost more than the One.
After selling around a million phones in 2014, OnePlus hopes to sell between 3 and 5 million this year - and alongside its next-gen Two flagship, it will launch a new cheaper model by the end of 2015.
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The successor to the OnePlus One could be an absolute beast, with specs said to include a 5.5-inch edge-to-edge display with 2K resolution, Snapdragon 810 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 3300mAh battery.
OnePlus says it isn't working on a tablet, but promises that its new smartphone "will surprise people", although OnePlus Two buyers will still have to deal with the company's 'invite system'.
While the OnePlus One is still a fairly difficult handset to purchase, it looks like OnePlus might already have a successor in the works that could be launching in Q1 of 2015.
While giving an interview OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, mentioned he's looking forward to the company selling a million devices - double than the current numbers - by the end of this year.
OnePlus has confirmed that it is working on a second handset, but the Two won't go on sale until mid-2015 - and the company has hinted that it could end up being a smaller device than its predecessor.