All you need to know about the OnePlus2

Review and specifications of the newly launched OnePlus 2 smartphone, exclusively sold on @Rs. 24,999/-OnePlus 2

After a whopping response of OnePlus One, the company is back with an advanced version called OnePlus 2, exclusively sold on OnePlus 2 has many upgraded  useful features like: 4G speed, Lollipop OS, Chipset, GPU, RAM and much more. Let’s check a detailed spec-sheet of the OnePlus 2.

Specifications: ( As on )


OxygenOS based on Android 5.1

Item Weight

177 g

Product Dimensions

15.2 x 7.5 x 1 cm

Item model number

OnePlus 2

Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies

GSM, (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)

Special features

Dual SIM, Fingerprint, GPS, Music Player, Video Player, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, E-mail

Form factor

Touchscreen Phone


175 Grams



Whats in the box

one OnePlus 2, one USB Type-C Cable and one OnePlus 2 USB Power Adapter

Apart from above features, it is equipped with 13MP rear and 5MP front camera, with best-in-class features like f/2.0 Aperture, 1.3 µm Pixels, 6-lenses, Dual LED Flash, advanced Laser Autofocus with Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS).

Unlike fibre or plastic; frames are designed with stainless steel giving it an edge over other smart phones. Keeping in mind future requirements of users, it has Fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C port and 3-way physical alert toggle switch.OnePlus 2

If we talk about display, it’s simply mesmerising. With 5.5” full HD IPS LCD you will never miss the smallest detail. Adding icing to the cake, it also has Corning Gorilla Glass 4 along with 1080×1920 pixels @ 401 PPI, 1500:1 contrast ratio; 178 degrees viewing angle). With 3300 mAh battery, your cell will not be power hungry any more.

Impressive part of specs is, its Qualcomm Snapdragon 64-bit 810 CPU coupled with Andreo 430 GPU and 4GB of RAM. OnePlus 2 will be faster, smarter and smoother. Storage capacity is 64GB, so capture as many pictures as you like, record videos, store movies, music and apps. Never run out of space again.

One of the drawback is that you can’t buy it straight away, you’ll need an invite in order to be eligible to buy. The listed price on is Rs. 24,999/-, which is a little higher in my opinion. Apart from that, It’s little bulky as well weighing 175gm which is way too much compared to iPhone or any other devices in this price range. So if you are not in hurry to buy a high-end device wait for some official announcement for the Nexus series to have a better comparison.

If you are price conscious, have a look at Meizu m2 Note. OnePlus 2, reviews of people are overall satisfactory, though some issues have been faced by few users like heating, finger print sensor malfunctioning and taking forever in charging. The review differs from person to person, so we cannot judge this beast by few reviews. All in all, it is a high-end smart phone at an “OKAY” price but if you are not a tech freak, you can easily comfort yourself with a little low specs device.