OnePlus 2’s Oxygen OS will kick in Android M features, says company

The most hyped upcoming smartphone launch is definitely that of the OnePlus 2 which has been confirmed by its maker to feature some extremely advanced features. The Chinese company has now revealed that the device’s Oxygen OS ROM will come with traits that won’t be available on any other phone before the launch of Android M.

It has however stopped short of mentioning what those unique software attributes will be. OnePlus had fully launched its Oxygen OS in April this year, and it wasn’t much different from the stock Android Lollipop software back then. That was because the company didn’t quite have enough time to infuse new features into it, given the whole Cyanogen fiasco.

With the 2 having been under development since quite a long time now, it seems the company has granted its proprietary ROM some nifty new additions. We’re still not sure how it will run Android M features despite being based the Lollipop version of the OS though.

This new smartphone from OnePlus has been confirmed to ship with a Snapdragon 810 processor, a USB Type-C connector as well as a fingerprint scanner. It has moreover, been revealed to contain a 3300mAh battery and a 4GB LPDDR4 RAM.

Earlier this week, we even got our first look at the handset through leaked TENAA images. These indicated that device will feature the laser autofocus technology which we had first seen on the LG G3 last year.

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The July 27 unveiling of the OnePlus 2 is not too long away now, and we will soon be able to know its price and availability details. Remember, its CEO has already mentioned that it will cost less than $450.