The rumors that OnePlus 2 will be made out of metal got debunked with the phone's unveiling itself, but the OnePlus team took pride in the premium build of the phone anyway. They note the magnesium and aluminum alloy frame, and the abundance of trendy back covers - from rosewood to kevlar, as the features that set it apart from the competition. Beneath the display, OnePlus placed a touch capacitive home key, doubling as a fingerprint sensor, which lets you customize the double-tap action.
Besides the metal frame around the sides, OnePlus 2 flaunts metal volume rocker and power/lock buttons with pattern aimed at better traction for your fingertips. There is a physical mute button on the other side as well, which lets you set different sound profiles, and the phone also comes with USB Type-C connector at the bottom - both unique features that set it apart in terms of design a bit more. Check out all of the phone's official images below, and tell us what you think about the final design.