OnePlus, which has been grabbing eyeballs by virtue of its affordable high-end One smartphone, is now reportedly set to launch a successor to its popular One.
According to a PhoneArena report, the successor to OnePlus One will feature major improvements over its predecessor.
OnePlus One part two is rumoured to provide two major features viz support for dual SIM-cards, and provision for inserting MicroSD card. It is interesting to note that OnePlus' current OnePlus One does not offer its users any of these features.
The above technical aspects, once official, will provide enhanced functionality to users, thus making the new OnePlus Two (nomenclature tentative at this point in time) fall into the 'value for money' category.
Rumours regarding the next iteration of OnePlus One are nothing new, and going by some recent reports, the new device is expected to be accorded a nomenclature of OnePlus Two.
As of now, OnePlus Two is highly expected to be launched in 2015, and the smartphone is speculated to feature a 5.5in display similar to the current-gen One.
OnePlus Two is also expected to be a photographer's delight, as the smartphone is likely to feature a 16MP primary camera and a 5MP secondary snapper.
Rumour mills are also rife about a robust 3300 mAh battery powering the handset.
Earlier this year, Mr Carl Pei, director of OnePlus One global, confirmed the existence of OnePlus Two and the smartphone's official launch.
As per Carl Pei, OnePlus Two will be launched during Q2 or Q3 2015.
"OnePlus 2 should be out in Q2 or Q3 of 2015. By that time, I'd think Android L would be standard. We've seen a lot of people asking for a smaller device, and want to let everyone know that we hear you. We're thinking about it," stated Pei.