After One Plus One, it’s a 5.5-inch One Plus Two

December 9, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A successor to the flagship smartphone from One Plus is on its way if rumors are to be believed. If One Plus One was synonymous with power-packed smartphone experience, the upcoming one would surely trump its predecessor given the specs.

The next of the flagship phone from the Chinese manufacturer is named One Plus Two. Online retailers Coolicool brought the new specs to light although there is no confirmation.

The major update from One Plus One is that the newbie will be packing a 5.5 inch display. However, there’s no mention about the resolution and it’s thought that a QHD display may well be in the cards. Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 would be the chipset finding its place on-board.


There are also changes in the rear cam. One Plus Two would be updated with a 16 MP sensor, while the front cam would be packed with a 5 MP sensor. It will also offer 32 GB inbuilt storage, unlike One Plus One which had 16 GB and 64 GB models.

A 3300 mAh battery will meet the power requirements for the new device. However, other spec details like RAM, processor speed, etc are not covered in the reported specs.

The price is reported to be around $550, which is a little less than double the price of models available in markets now. While the 16 GB version of One Plus One was priced at $300, the 64 GB variant was released for $350.

It’s reported that One Plus Two will be running Android L when it comes out, and that’s expected to be in the second or third quarter of 2015.

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