A bunch of OnePlus Two cases emerge, revealing a huge cutout in the camera area

A bunch of OnePlus Two cases emerge, revealing a huge cutout in the camera area
By now, the specs of the upcoming OnePlus Two are no secret. It is said to come with a Snapdragon 810 chipset, a USB Type-C port, an eventual metallic body, and there will be models with 4 GB of RAM, as the company itself teased. Yesterday the display diagonal also revealed itself to be 5.5" inches, with 1080p screen resolution.

The rest of the sheet includes a 16 MP rear camera, 5 MP selfie snapper, 64 GB of storage, and a 3300 mAh battery. A metal body is all the more likely, looking at the specs, given that the weight of the phone is shown at the hefty 166g mark. The final design, however, is yet to be revealed, though today a treasure trove of cases for the handset hints at it at least a little.

Looking at the Orzly collection below, the OnePlus Two will largely stay in the shoes of its predecessor, when it comes to design, though the polycarbonate body might indeed be swapped for something more premium. Another interesting part is that there are huge elliptical cutouts for the rear camera on all cases, which might indicate either a more complex camera getup (dual camera was rumored), or a fingerprint scanner on the back. In fact the cases look exactly like they are made to accommodate the spy shots that leaked not long ago, so this might be the real deal. In any case, July 27th is fast approaching, and we will know for sure when that time comes.

source: Orzly via GSMDome

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