The Chinese company OnePlus entered the smartphone arena this year with its first smartphone OnePlus One going official this April with the tag line “Never Settle”. The phone offers some great features at very low prices, making it a most sought-after phone but is very hard-to-get. Now it looks like its successor the OnePlus Two is already in the works.
OnePlus One has been launched in India on 2nd of this month and the company has officially confirmed that its successor OnePlus Two will be launched before September of 2015. As OnePlus Global’s director Carl Pei told BGR India:
“We are planning to announce the OnePlus Two in Q2 or Q3 next year. So it is one year after this phone [OnePlus One].”
When he was asked if the company plans to launch the new flagship in India, Carl said:
“India will be one of the first countries we will launch the OnePlus Two in.”
Already many rumors about the upcoming OnePlus Two smartphone are floating around. One such rumor says it would have a smaller display but be a bit more pricy than the OnePlus One, but still cheaper than other similar Android phones.
No concrete details about its specs are available as yet but a source has told Business Insider that OnePlus Two would “probably be more customizable” and have “some surprises in store” with respect to its hardware.
OnePlus One is powered by CyanogenMod 11S but Cyanogen has now tied up with Micromax to exclusively supply software to its “Yu” brand of devices. However, OnePlus has assured its customers that it has assembled its own software team to develop something on its own as soon as possible.
Here are some pics of OnePlus One: