As we approach closer to the OnePlus 2’s official unveiling on the 27th of July (well, 28th for us Malaysians due to time difference), more and more leaks of the device are making it to the Internet. Just recently, as many as three OnePlus 2 variants have been spotted in Bluetooth SIG’s database. Interestingly, one of the three has a surprise up its sleeves: it has 4GB of RAM instead of 3GB as previously reported.
The three OnePlus 2 variants spotted in the database bear the following model numbers: A2001, A2003 and A2005. The first of the three was spotted in a Geekbench benchmark test back in May, which revealed that the OnePlus 2 will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor (which is now confirmed) paired with 3GB of RAM. The A2003, however, has just appeared in a GFXBench benchmark test.
That’s right. Based on the image of the benchmark results above, the A2003 OnePlus 2 seems to have 4GB of RAM. It is still powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor (for better or worse), and is running on Android 5.1.1. Unfortunately, the A2005 variant have not made an appearance in any benchmark test…yet. It will surely be interesting to see how it differs from the other two models.
Many are speculating just what the different model number represents. The OnePlus One only had one model number (A0001) despite the fact that it comes in two storage capacities with different back covers. If there truly are three different variants of the OnePlus 2 sold at different price points, the young company’s next flagship could just appeal to a much wider audience.