We're hours away from the official unveiling of the OnePlus 2, which will be revealed tonight during an event that's also being broadcast in virtual reality. But aside from price, availability, and a few remaining hardware details, the company may not have much left to announce. After images of the design were leaked by a Chinese regulator last week, today we're seeing even more closeups of the second-gen OnePlus posted at both Android Central and the XDA forums.
The signature sandstone black finish of the first phone has returned, this time with a metal frame around all four sides. There's a fingerprint reader beneath the display, a USB Type-C port on bottom, and what looks like a mute (or orientation lock) switch on the left. The OnePlus 2's removable back comes off to reveal dual-SIM support, and the person who posted these photos claims that the 13-megapixel camera's optical image stabilization performs well. OnePlus has already revealed that the phone is powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor and 4GB of RAM. Will there be any surprises left for tonight's official announcement? The live stream starts at 10PM ET.