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OnePlus CEO Reveals the Pricing of the OnePlus Two

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OnePlus CEO Reveals the Pricing of the OnePlus Two

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Seems like OnePlus is feeling the heat of the close competition, with Xiaomi, Vivo and debutant Nubia’s presence in the smartphone tussle. The Chinese electronics start-up aims to sustain the reputation garnered from the One, and intends to create a buzz with its upcoming flagship. The company disclosed a significant detail about the innards of the next OnePlus handset on Weibo and announced its price as well.

OnePlus CEO Liu Zuohu asked OnePlus fans about the reasonable price of OnePlus Two with Snapdragon 810 on it. It was an open question, and hence comments started flooding on the query. After a while, Liu put an end to the suspense and said 2499 Yuan seems reasonable.

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So, we now have the price of OnePlus Two (tentatively titled), which has come from the top official itself. 2499 Yuan translates to Rs. 25,700 approx which is higher than what its present flagship comes at. OnePlus very well knows that to secure a space where many other high-end, yet affordable smartphones, are being appreciated would be not be an easy task. The firm must have decided on quality features and specifications that speak for its price.

From what is known to date, the OnePlus Two will sport a 5.5-inch 2K display. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 chipset along with 4G RAM. More details aren’t yet confirmed by the company. It should be noted that the next smartphone will run on its own operating system as Cyanogen and OnePlus have officially broken up. The second OnePlus device is expected to debut in the third quarter of this year.

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Meenakshi Rawat
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iGyaan's newbie Meenakshi handles content at iGyaan. She is an ultimate foodie, loves travelling and likes to read.
2 comments
Abhisek Padhi
Abhisek Padhi

I believe OnePlus will have its fair share of reputation and market in India. After all its devices are well built and do not heat and provide top notch specs, performance, stability and premiumness. I own a one plus one and I'm completely satisfied, no complaints. Unfortunately, the scenario of services centers is pretty horrible which I hope to improve in coming years.

Shovon Mukherjee
Shovon Mukherjee

without cyanogenmod in One Plus Two, Mi Note Pro is a clearly winner..