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The OnePlus 2 will cost less than $450, says CEO

Despite the confirmed list of high-end specifications, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirms that the company's next flagship will cost less than 450 USD.

Published onJuly 6, 2015


OnePlus has been slowly rolling out the specifications of its upcoming OnePlus 2 flagship, leading up to its July 27th unveiling. We already know that the device will feature a fingerprint scanner, a USB Type-C port, a Snapdragon 810 v2.1 processor and possibly an all-metal chassis. But with many of the high-end specifications already confirmed by the company, one could infer that the device might end up costing a bit more than expected.

Interested consumers can rest easy knowing that, according to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, the OnePlus 2 will cost less than 450 USD. There’s no mention of a specific price point in the Google+ post, so there’s no way of telling whether it will come to market for $449.99 or closer to $300 like the OnePlus One.

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Last year, Lau teased that the company’s first flagship would cost “less than $400”, and they absolutely delivered on that promise. Not only did the 16GB base model cost $299, but folks could also pick up the beefier 64GB variant for just $349. The OnePlus 2 may end up costing a tad more than the One, but we’re sure many users will still be interested in purchasing an unlocked smartphone with high-end specifications for sub-$450.