OnePlus 2 Set To Launch in 2015, says Report

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    In a matter of short time frame, OnePlus has become a global phenomenon. Few months ago, OnePlus was a name which was never heard by many in India. But somehow OnePlus managed to make an impression, thanks to its undisputable handset: the OnePlus One.

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    OnePlus 2 Set To Launch in 2015, says Report

    Now if reports are to be believed, OnePlus will reportedly launch the OnePlus 2, alongside its cheaper version. Bloomberg reporter Rosalind Chin claims that the OnePlus 2 is set to launch in the third quarter of 2015, along with an entry-level alternative is "due for release by the end of the year."

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    Although the Chinese company has yet to confirm the news, but the fact remains that the entire video filmed at the company's Chinese headquarters (HQ) suggests that this may not be a rumors at all.

    OnePlus 2 Set To Launch in 2015, says Report

    Not just that, the report further claims that OnePlus aims to sell between 3 and 5 million smartphones in 2015, and 10 million in 2016.

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    We've also heard rumors that the OnePlus 2 in the past too. Apparently, the OnePlus 2 is expected to feature a similar design compared to its predecessor, while adding a Snapdragon 810 processor, a 5.5-inch 2K resolution, and of course, better cameras.

    OnePlus 2 Set To Launch in 2015, says Report

    We'll be sure to continue bringing you the latest breaking news on the OnePlus 2 launch release. What do you think about the OnePlus One? Tell us and other readers in the comments below.

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