We have already had a small sample of what we can expect from the camera in the OnePlus 2, but CEO Peter Lau has uploaded a few more sample shots to the company’s forum, which pits the OnePlus 2 against the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6.
The small collection shows a range of 100 percent zoomed close up shots between the Galaxy S6 and Oneplus 2 of random objects. The iPhone comparison aims to show off the OnePlus 2’s capabilities in low light scenarios.
Based on MBKHD’s early hands on with the phone, we know that the camera features a 13 megapixel camera and is capable of a maximum f/2.0 aperture, which comes quite close to the technology inside more expensive flagship smartphones. However, optical image stabilization does not appear to be present.
In the next shots the OnePlus is on the left and the iPhone 6 is on the right.
Overall, the detail and focus in the macro shots looks quite impressive and the colors also seem to avoid any additional tint. The low light shots also look rather good for a smartphone camera, without presenting too much additional noise. Let’s hope the camera performs this well when we get it in our own hands.
Along with these camera samples, OnePlus has also revealed that the smartphone will arrive with a Snadragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, a USB Type-C port and a fingerprint scanner, which will likely give other flagship phones a run for their money. Fortunately, there isn’t too long left to wait until the launch of the OnePlus 2.
What do you think about these early OnePlus 2 camera comparison shots?