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This is what the OnePlus Two looks like: fingerprint scanner and all

Information about the upcoming OnePlus 2 handset has been slowly leaking out to the public, but now we finally get our first real look at the device.

The OnePlus 2 has passed through Tenaa certification, a sort of Chinese FCC, and images of the device have leaked online. As you can see above the new handset features a somewhat familiar design, though it does look a bit cleaner that the original OnePlus One.

Also of importance is the home button, which doubles as a fingerprint scanner. This feature had been rumored for a long time and now we have some confirmation that it’s actually coming.

Finally, the location of the camera seems to have changed a bit, being noticeably lower on the device than in the previous model. There’s also no “dual camera” as had been rumored. Instead the device may feature laser focusing to help it take better images.

All of this sounds very interesting, and if OnePlus manages to keep the device’s price comparable to the One’s $300 tag, then there’s little doubt that Two will sell well.

Source: Tenaa via: Engadget

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