Three variants of the OnePlus 2 appear at Bluetooth SIG


We found out earlier this week that the OnePlus 2 will feature a highly accurate and lightning quick fingerprint scanner. We already know it will feature the Snapdragon 810 and USB Type-C as well. Overall the phone is shaping up to be pretty solid in terms of specs once again. Of course, we also know that OnePlus is a company that likes to tease out specs one at a time until the moment they give us a chance to beg for an invite. Everyone seems to be getting hyped for this phone, and we still have about four weeks until the official unveiling.

Thankfully we have some more information about the OnePlus 2 today, this time the information comes from a recent Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) filing regarding the OnePlus 2:


As you can see from the filing, it appears the OnePlus 2 will come in three variants; model numbers A2001, A2003, and A2005. The different numbers could represent anything from different storage configurations to different materials for the backplate (remember OnePlus offered a bamboo back for the OnePlus One after launch). I would like to see OnePlus drop the 16GB storage option and go with 32, 64, and 128 for the three models if possible. Increasing storage on the base model might prove difficult given the small margins OnePlus strives to work with. We will find out all the information about these three models on July 27 when the OnePlus 2 is announced live via Virtual Reality stream. Let us know your thoughts on the various models in the comments, and check back here for more news on the OnePlus 2!

Source: Bluetooth SIG

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