OnePlus, the 2014 Crunchies Startup nominee, has just released a successor to its popular “niche” smartphone OnePlus One; the  OnePlus 2.

Being in the market (or in the invitation letters) for 14 months, OnePlus 1 has received quite positive feedback from the media and the the fan community – and is equipped with CyanogenMod, one of the most loved Android modifications in the world.

The big change in the OnePlus 2 is that they have ended their partnership with CyanogenMod and instead replaced it with their own Oxygen/Hydrogen OS. Also the hardware specification is in tune with the most of the latest flagship smartphones made by other phone companies including Xiaomi, Huawei and Meizu.

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