Another day, another OnePlus 2 news. This particular one, however, is a little bit more significant, as it reveals the design of the upcoming flagship smartphone. From the overall appearance of the device, most of the design elements of the OnePlus One can be seen in the OnePlus 2, except for the addition of a new physical home button and a metal frame.
Many OnePlus fans were curious as to where the company is planning to implement the fingerprint sensor on the OnePlus 2. Judging by this TENAA certification for the device, the sensor appears to be in the form of a physical home button. Needless to say, this design choice may remind consumers of a certain other smartphone.
The side images of the OnePlus 2 reveals what seems to be a metal frame, which should make it feel and look more premium than its predecessor. Interestingly, there’s a mysterious button on the left side of the device. It could be a programmable button or just a shutter button for the camera.
Not surprisingly, the back of the OnePlus 2 is awfully similar to the OnePlus One. What has changed, however, is the addition of a laser autofocus on the bottom of the lens. The Sandstone Black cover seems to be retained as well, so no metal or glass back for the OnePlus 2.
The TENAA certification also confirms the OnePlus 2’s specifications, which include a 5.5-inch 2K display, a Snapdragon 810 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 13MP rear camera, an 8MP front-facing shooter, and an ample 3,300mAh battery.