The OnePlus 2 smartphone has just leaked out in a couple of images over the weekend, giving us a very early glimpse of the phone’s design. It is shown here that the smartphone has a wooden back panel, which could be the company’s way of making up for the Bamboo Style Swap cover debacle last year.
The image also shows the back panel to be sporting a fingerprint scanner, which is slightly odd but not unexpected given the official support that is baked in with Android M.
The display portion reveals a stock Android looking UI filled with familiar icons and the iconic CyanogenMod weather widget, telling us that this is indeed running CM12 out of the box. The company has already confirmed that the OnePlus 2 will be revealed on the 27th of July, sporting a Snapdragon 810 SoC and a USB Type-C connector.
Luckily, we don’t have to wait long to find out other hardware details of the smartphone. Rumors have pegged the device to be sporting a slightly larger 5.7 inch display as well. All things considered, we’re taking this leak with a grain of salt as there’s every likelihood of this being a fabricated leak.
Via: Phone Arena