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OnePlus 2 to feature “Full Metal build”, teases OnePlus CEO

03 Jul

Like its predecessor, the OnePlus 2 is shaping up to be one amongst the foremost interesting smartphones of the year. Among a large number of rumors and leaks, the company formally confirmed up till today that the OnePlus 2 can go with a fingerprint scanner, USB Type-C port for connectivity, and a Qualcomm snapdragon 810 chipset. because it seems, OnePlus chief operating officer Liu Zuohu recently took to his Weibo account to tease the actual fact that the coming smartphone can go with a metal build.

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Our Chinese is a bit rusty at now, however per Google Translate, Zuohu’s recent Weibo post asks folks to define “full metal”.

Judging on this recent Weibo post, there is a probability that the coming OnePlus 2 can go with a full metal build, as we will not think about the rest that the OnePlus ceo can be referring to. the first OnePlus One came with a polycarbonate body and 2 back cover choices, Silk White and sandstone Black. not with standing the samrtphone does not prove to come with a full metal build, there is a probability that we’ll get to see a minimum of some variety of metal frame or chassis. moreover, we tend to should not dismiss the chance that the manufacturer can provide to sell the smartphone, or a minimum of some version of it, with a metal build back.

Yesterday, 3 separate OnePlus 2 versions were noticed on the Bluetooth SIG web site. At the instant, we’re unsure however the 3 OnePlus 2 versions can disagree, however within the light-weight of this recent teaser from Liu Zuohu, it would not be entirely incredible for the 3 models to feature completely different build materials.

OnePlus can unveil its second smartphone in history on July 27, however given the manufacturer’s habit of announcing options before the official unveiling, we’d learn additional concerning this “full metal” thing before the same date. What would you guys think about a full-metal OnePlus 2?

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