Rumored OnePlus 2 Mini Smartphone Images Leak


OnePlus 2 was one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2015. This China-based company has unveiled this smartphone back in July, and even though it resembles its predecessor to some extent, this device is significantly different, not only in terms of the design, but specs as well. The OnePlus 2 is available for purchase as we speak, and has been that way for quite some time now. Keep in mind that you'll still need an invite in order to buy this phone though.

That being said, we're not here to talk about OnePlus 2, but the rumored OnePlus 2 Mini. This handset has been mentioned quite a few times in various reports, and the company has also confirmed that they intend to launch another device before the end of the year. According to various rumors this will be a mid-range smartphone, and might be called OnePlus 2 Mini, as already mentioned. We haven't seen any rumors / leaks regarding this smartphone for quite some time now, until now that is. A new leak appeared in China sharing two mysterious renders allegedly showcasing the upcoming OnePlus-branded smartphone. Now, keep in mind that this is just a leak, so this design is not confirmed, far from it. The phone looks really sleek in these renders though, and it actually looks kinda high-end. There are two cameras on its back , and a dual-LED flash below them. As you can see, the fingerprint scanner is also available here, and it is placed on the back of this phone considering there's not physical home button here. The speakers are available on the bottom of the device, and a Type-C USB 3.0 port is located in between them.


Looking at this image, you'll also notice that this phone sports a metallic trim, just like the OnePlus 2. That's more or less it as far as this leak goes. We still can't confirm that OnePlus' upcoming device will actually be mid-range, it is possible that the company intends to launch another high-end smartphone before the end of this year. We still don't have any spec info either, but if anything pops up, we'll let you know, so stay tuned.

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