If you are a fan of high-end devices with an affordable price, then you’ve definitely heard of the Chinese manufacturer OnePlus and their devices.
You might have wanted one back when the OnePlus One was first released but because of the pesky invite system, it was practically impossible to get your hands on one the first month or so. Fast forward to August 2015, when the manufacturer released it’s second flashship killer, the OnePlus 2.
This powerhouse of a device is among the first smartphones using the USB type C connector instead of the standard micro USB that comes with about every Android device out there. The device is also one of the most powerful devices you can get on the market packing:
- A 64 bit octacore CPU clocked at 1.8 GHz
- 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM (only available on the 64GB version)
- A 3300 mAh battery,
- A fingerprint sensor
- An alert slider
- A 13 megapixel back-facing camera with OIS (Optical image stabilisation) and the ability to record in slow-motion at 120 FPS
- A 5 megapixel front-facing camera
- Last but not least, a Full HD LCD panel
OnePlus 2 Unboxing
The device definitely packs a punch for the price you are paying, compared to a more high-end and more expensive device like a Samsung S6 Edge plus or a Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
We are currently trying the device and testing all its capabilities and features so expect a video review and our opinion on if you should upgrade or not in the coming week so stay tuned!
Check out our unboxing below and tell us what you think in the comments!