Chipset and software

Platform Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 (MSM8994)
Processor Octacore, 4x ARM A57 cores @ up to 1.8Hz, 4x ARM A53 cores @ 1.5GHz.
Process size 20nm
GPU Adreno 430
Cellular modem Qualcomm X10 LTE
Storage 16/64GB (eMMC 5.0)
Android version shipped 5.1 "Lollipop"

Release date and pricing

Announcement date July 27th, 2015
Initial retail availability August 11th, 2015 (64GB version only)
Price (US) $329 (16GB), $389 (64GB)
Price (UK) £239 (16GB), £289 (64GB)
Price (EU) €339 (16GB), €399 (64GB)
Price (Canada) $409 (16GB), $479 (64GB)


Dimensions 5.5" 1920x1080 Full HD
Panel type IPS TFT-LCD
Display protection Corning Gorilla Glass

Power, data, and ports

Connector USB Type-C, USB version 2.0
Battery 3300mAh, non-removable
Quick charging None
Wireless charging None
SIM type Dual nano SIM cards (no tool required)
microSD slot No

Wireless connectivity

Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac 2.4/5GHz
Bluetooth Version 4.1 w/ LE
Mobile data 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE (support and bands vary by market)
Voice over LTE Unknown

Camera (rear)

Max still resolution 13MP
Video resolution Up to 2160p (4K w/ full 4K DCI), 24-120FPS (120FPS only at 720p)
Flash Dual LED

Camera (front)

Max still resolution 5MP
Flash No
Video resolution Unknown
HDR Unknown

Other features

Infrared No
Fingerprint scanner On home button, touch-style
Other 3-position notification (mute) switch, swappable rear covers.


Weight 175g
Height/width 151.8mm/74.9mm
Thickness 9.9mm


The OnePlus 2 is the successor to the critically-acclaimed (and sometimes not-acclaimed) OnePlus One. It was announced on July 27th, 2015, and will be released to the first batch of buyers on August 11th, 2015. The 64GB / 4GB version will be the only version shipping on that date, with the less expensive 16GB / 3GB RAM variant to follow later.

The OnePlus 2 runs Android 5.1 with OnePlus' own OxygenOS UI layer, instead of the Cyanogen OS platform the OnePlus One shipped with. Notable features include a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual LTE-enabled nano SIM card slots, replaceable back covers (with options like wood and Kevlar), and a 3-position notification mute/silence switch.

The OnePlus 2's relatively low price undercuts the MSRPs of other phones with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 chipset, and while mired in throttling and heat controversies, as of the 2's launch the 810 was still the most powerful mobile chipset Qualcomm sold.

An enhanced rear camera, a fourth-generation 1080p LCD with increased brightness, and a USB Type-C connector port round out the major hardware improvements over the OnePlus One. The 2 is available only via invitation for an unspecified duration, as was the case with the OnePlus One.