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OnePlus 2 images leak

The first images of the OnePlus 2 appear to have leaked online.

OnePlus will unveil its second smartphone on July 27 at an ambitious VR-enabled launch event. However, we’ve already been granted a pretty convincing vision of what the phone will look like.

Phone Arena has been tipped off with these images. While slightly blurry, they appear to show the follow-up to the OnePlus One.

As you can see, they offer a glimpse at the front of the device and the back. The front shot appears to show some extremely thin side bezels, so hopefully the OnePlus 2 won’t be such a hefty beast this time around.

OnePlus 2

When it comes to the back of the phone, it rather reminds us of LG’s work in the likes of the LG G4, with a rounded panel surrounding the camera element and running down to a rear control of some kind. It’s likely to be a fingerprint scanner, if rumours are to be believed.

We also see another instance of an optional wood-effect rear panel, much like the OnePlus One offered.

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We’re expecting the OnePlus 2 to feature a Snapdragon 810 CPU and a USB Type-C charging port. Meanwhile, the display will likely stick at 1080p, while the camera is expected to be another 13-megapixel effort.

Check out the phones the OnePlus 2 will be going up against in the 2015 smartphone group test video below.

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