OnePlus 2 will cost more than the One, CEO Pete Lau confirms!

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    OnePlus surely knows how to create noise for its smartphones. For quite a while now, the company has been teasing us by hinting some or the other spec detail of its much awaited OnePlus 2 smartphone, which is coming on July 27. After hearing about the build and specs of the yet to be launched smartphone, this time OnePlus has revealed information about its price.

    OnePlus 2 will cost more than the One, CEO Pete Lau confirms!

    The company's CEO Pete Lau took the social network way to reveal that the OnePlus 2 will be priced under $450 or approximately Rs. 28,500. This is in line with the previous rumors which suggested that the phone would be launched for over $322 (approximately Rs 20,500), and would cost more than the One.

    SEE ALSO: OnePlus 2 Rumors Roundup: Specs, Leaked Images and Price

    Assumptions have been made that the phone would be priced at $449, though it is yet not confirmed.

    Taking a look at the specs of the OnePlus 2, as confirmed by the company, the phone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 v2.1 chipset and will come with a fingerprint sensor which as per the company claims will work better than Apple TouchID. The company recently also unveiled that the smartphone will come with a USB Type-C port, which will make it the first smartphone to come with such a port.

    As for its design, rumors have it that the phone will don a metal design. OnePlus will be launching the phone on 27 July in a unique way. It will be a VR product launch and one can watch the launch of using a VR cardboard headset.


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