Following the overnight success of OnePlus One, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is planning to launch two smartphones by the end of this year. The amazing price-to-specification ratio and out-of-the-box Cyanogen OS of OnePlus One has fetched the flagship-killer immense revenues for the manufacturer.
Toeing the line, Micromax launched Yu Yureka and achieved an amazing response.
Now, OnePlus might just up its game and bring another budget smartphone along with the OnePlus One successor in the market. According to a Bloomberg video report, OnePlus will launch two smartphones by the third quarter of this year. Out of which one will focus on the budget segment of the market.
With this, OnePlus is likely to compete with the successful budget models launched by Motorola, Lenovo, Xiaomi, ASUS and Micromax. Unlike Xiaomi, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus focuses on the Global consumer electronics market.
According to the Bloomberg's video report, OnePlus already has 52% North American and European users, 39% East Asian users and 7% Indian users.
According to earlier GizChina reports, OnePlus Two will feature a 5.5-inch display with a resolution support of 2560x1440and will also feature Snapdragon 810 SoC, 4GB RAM, 3,300mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop. But OnePlus might skip the SoC since Snapdragon is yet to address the heating issue of S810. In that case it might feature the SnapDragon 615 or some other SoC in its upcoming flagship smartphone.
OnePlus has also developed Android Lollipop-based OxygenOS, which is likely to be seen in the upcoming smartphones. We will get back to you once we get any configuration update on the budget smartphone of OnePlus.