Three OnePlus 2 versions get spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website


As we're getting ever closer to the official unveiling of the OnePlus 2, rumors, leaks, and official teasers are abound regarding the second coming of the flagship killer. In that note, the upcoming OnePlus 2 was just spotted in the Bluetooth SIG database. Usually, this is a rather normal event for impending smartphones, but this time around the listing reveals an intriguing detail, namely the fact that the OnePlus 2 will come in three different versions.

The three OnePlus 2 models recently confirmed by the global Bluetooth certification authority bear model numbers of A2001, A2003, and A2005. One of these OnePlus 2 models, the A2001, was recently spotted in a leaked benchmark result carrying a Snapdragon 810 chipset - a SoC choice that the young smartphone maker has officially confirmed since - and 3GB of RAM.

At the moment, it's unclear how different these three OnePlus 2 models actually are. A few distinct theories have emerged, one arguing that the three versions will come with varying internal storage, another suggesting that the different model numbers are in relation to materials on the back. The original OnePlus One came in two internal storage versions and two back cover versions (16GB Silk White or 64GB Sandstone Black) but just one model number, A1001.

One July 27, OnePlus will unveil the second smartphone in its short history, in virtual reality nonetheless, and then all of our questions and uncertainties will be answered. In the meantime, why don't we take yet another look at last year's OnePlus One, the original "Flagship Killer":

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