Spotted in the wild, which is said to be of the OnePlus 2 successor, but in miniature size. Leaked renders shows up its posing with dual-Rear camera setup in tow, and what to be believe is that it is the next-gen OnePlus device which was in the past confirmed by the manufacturer plans to launch more than one handset this year. Co-Founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei, in August had suggested that a new smartphone would be revealed by the end of 2015 – before Christmas. Now, the first leaked images of the forthcoming OnePlus handset have popped up on the internet Web.
Dubbed OnePlus Mini? The handset is shown in different design language than that seen on the OnePlus One or the recently launched OnePlus 2. Posted by a Chinese website, the handset’s front and back panels can be seen in the newly leaked images. The other image shows the fingerprint scanner alongside a dual-camera setup at the back. The cameras were accompanied by a dual-LED flash module. The bottom panel is seen featuring a speaker grille alongside the charging slot.
On the AnTuTu benchmarks site, the said OnePlus Mini is listed with an A2301 model number, with specs attached to that, shows the smartphone will come with a fullHD display at 1080p resolution, and is integrated with a MediaTek MT6795T chipset paired with 2GB of RAM and a PowerVR G6200 GPU. On the built-in storage, it is expected to carry a 32GB of space and sports a 13MP rear cameta.
Last but not least, finally the benchmark sheet also reveals that the OnePlus Mini runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, but it could change, because Android 6.0 Marshmallow is ready for public primetime very soon.
Previously leaked specs which we mentioned above are something like a slimmer frame and has a very thin bezels, and the fingerprint sensor is different from the OnePlus 2, which has that at its home button with the scanner on the front. Rumored launch date timeframe is pegged to be around $249 (roughly around Rs 16,400).