The OnePlus Two is on its way, but the company hasn’t teased all of the details yet. But we now have reason to suspect that the handset will arrive in three different variants, as three model numbers have just passed through Bluetooth SIG yesterday.
Unfortunately, no information about the three models, named A2001, A2003, and A2005, is given with the listing, other than that they are certified with hardware version 2.2 and software version 2.01 of Bluetooth 4.1.
It would be reasonable to assume that these three models are simply for different storage capacities. Perhaps 16/32/64GB options, similar to the OnePlus One’s 16/64GB models, or maybe a 128GB model is planned for this launch. Alternatively, OnePlus may have versions with different modems planned this time around, which could be important if the company is planning a broader global release.
What we do know for certain is that the OnePlus Two will come with a v2.1 Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, which supposedly has been tailored to avoid any overheating issues. The smartphone will also arrive with the reversible USB Type-C port for charging and data transfer. The OnePlus Two will also be a tad more expensive than its predecessor, but we’re not sure how much more will be added on to the $322 price tag.
The OnePlus Two is scheduled to launch at a virtual reality presentation later this month, on July 27th to be specific. So there isn’t too long left to wait until we have all of the official details.