The OnePlus 2 is official, and that means the phone is finally here and it won’t be too long before people will get their chances to start ordering the device. After months of build up and weeks of specifications leaks and some confirmations, the OnePlus 2 is poised to excite quite a few fans and consumers with things like its 5.5-inch Full HD screen, the 13MP and 5MP rear and front cameras, the 4GB of RAM (64GB model only as the 16GB model comes with 3GB) and the Snapdragon 810 processor with an Adreno 430 GPU. Another new feature is the highly anticipated fingerprint sensor which will allow users to securely unlock their device as well as make payments at participating retailers. USB Type-C is also a new function not seen in the OnePlus One which is sure to delight plenty of fans.
The design has been given some light touchups as well yet still remains elegant and sleek, which was one of the more loved traits about the original device last year, the design. There’s much to love about the OnePlus 2 and it’s certainly an improvement over the OnePlus One from last year, but are the improvements enough? OnePlus referred to the OnePlus 2 as ahead of its time, and now that we’ve seen the device in full, know the hardware and specs and are aware of the pricing, has OnePlus done it again with the OnePlus 2?