The OnePlus 2 which has been released during third quarter of 2015, is aimed to provide high-end specs and better user experience at minimum price. It is expected to compete with Samsung Galaxy S5 and Nexus 5 and will make a competitive impact in the smart phones market.
OnePlus 2 Review
The OnePlus 2, which was launched recently has its market in store. The launch of the mobile was already influenced by a news leak that the OnePlus 2 will lead aluminum body instruments. This rumor gained prominence when the CEO, Pete Lau asked fans to define “full metal”. As a review on its newly launch smartphone, let us find how OnePlus 2 will able to impress critics and acquire the prominent market.
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The foremost thing that creates impression on the viewer of any smart phone is the size and display. The big screen of 5.5” of OnePlus 2 gives a feeling of pride possession in the hands of user. Regarding the display of the screen, OnePlus has already confirmed that the screen size is scalable based on the user’s demand. Great! The screen size will not be difficult thing now.
OnePlus 2 has display size of about 5.5” with increased resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels with touch screen capacity of upto 10 fingers. The touch screen is so sensitive that the finger print scanner will be two times faster than the Apple’s TouchID. There were mixed feelings about the finger print scanner of OnePlus One. Hopefully, OnePlus 2 would now overcome Let’s keep the fingers crossed this time for desirable changes.
The price of OnePlus 2 is in the range of Rs.25000/- and the latest version of OnePlus 1 will be less than the other Android phones in the market. OnePlus 2 may try to outperform with its unique features and very competitive pricing.
The internal memory is 16/64 GB with 3 GB RAM but has no card slot provision.
The phone has dual speakers with pretty clear sound that are enough to play a movable DJ anytime when with friends.
Software and OS
The OnePlus runs on Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop) with CyanogenMod UI. The CyanogenMod gives more customized features than any other Android base. Earlier the CyanogenMod 11S was with Kitkat but now the company has developed its own UI Oxygen OS and it is going to be unique for OnePlus. The Oxygen Os has been developed keeping in mind, battery life and operational efficiency. Based on Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop) the device is powered by Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 with a Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2 GHz Cortex-A57 Processor and an Adreno 430 graphics unit.
The latest OnePlus 2 is a pleasant upgrade to its already amazing predecessor. Loaded with best features, OnePlus 2 for Rs.25k is a good deal. As the CEOs of OnePlus had promised better performance and launch with limited pre-sales, the phone expects to be the best in the segment.