There is no word on when the alleged OnePlus Two is supposed to be launched, and neither on what features it’s going to bring. However, assuming that such a handset does exist, we’re pretty sure it will offer high-end features. The OnePlus One has an impressive list of specs for its price (starting at $299 unlocked), and that’s why a lot of people want - or wanted - to buy it. We can only hope that the new OnePlus smartphone will be sold directly, without invite systems or anything like that.
Last week, OnePlus confirmed that the One would be updated to Android L “within three months” after the new version of the OS is released by Google - so a next-generation handset should also get a taste of Android L (likely mixed with a CyanogenMod flavor).