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OnePlus 2 Stops Off at Bluetooth SIG, Might Come in 3 Models

The OnePlus 2 will be unveiled on July 27 to the world through a virtual reality presentation that is sure to be something to tell your children about. (Whoa, Kellen, what’s with the heavy sarcasm this morning, bruh?) As we close in on that day, OnePlus is guaranteed to unapologetically hypebeast the hell of the phone by revealing one feature at a time, all the while remaining in headlines and relevant. We’re deep into the (t)rollout of features and loving every second of it! (Sarcasm bath x2.) But because we lack patience, we will also be on the hunt for details that we can unearth on our own, like this filing that showed up at Bluetooth SIG. 

These filings always lack fine details, but if we are reading this correctly, it appears as if OnePlus is planning to have three models of the OnePlus 2. If you look at the Product List table in the screenshot below, we are seeing model numbers of A2001, A2003, and A2005. The A2001 has actually popped up in benchmarks in recent months, showing a phone made by OnePlus that runs a Snapdragon 810 processor and has 3GB RAM. As you all know, OnePlus announced that the OnePlus 2 would run a Snapdragon 810.

Also, keep in mind that the original OnePlus One fell under model number A0001.

So what would three models mean? It could be that OnePlus is separating out storage options into separate model numbers. For example, we could have 16GB of storage in the A2001, 64GB in the A2003, and 128GB in the A2005. Or maybe we are looking at model numbers to separate finishes on the phone, like specific numbers for wood backed phones or those with plastic. That’s pure speculation on my part, but potential possibilities.

Thankfully, July 27 isn’t far off.

Thoughts?

oneplus 2 bluetooth

Via:  Bluetooth SIG
Cheers Justin!
  • GuilhermeMendes

    where’s A2004 ? :p

  • Paul Cotton

    So they are unveiling the one plus on July 27th as a whole device or are they actually going to do some crazy invite system on that date for the phone to come out on a later date?

  • seldomused

    Despite all the bad publicity and ineffective, bordering on offensive “marketing”, the OnePlus One is hands down the best phone I’ve owned to date. Battery life is great, and at this point, I don’t honestly don’t have a good a reason to upgrade (outside of liking shiny new things).

  • Luka Mlinar

    I wonder what it is with OPPO, not even the sister company is allowed to use even numbers 😛

  • John Davids

    “The OnePlus 2 will be unveiled on July 27 to the world through a virtual reality presentation that is sure to be something to tell your children about. (Whoa, Kellen, what’s with the heavy sarcasm this morning, bruh?)”

    I like that we have you publically talking to yourself now. Our work here is done. 😀

  • Anonz

    Don’t even care about all that hypedBS, QSD810 is a huge downgrade over, Nexus 6

    • Paul Cotton

      They should of put a 64 bit octacore Sammy chip inside. I’m sure all the bad publicity of the sd810 Qualcomm has discounted it big time, so that is why the 810 is being used over the 808 or any other manufacturer.

  • Martin B.

    Different number is surely there because this time there will be finally model with support for European LTE bands.

  • Higher_Ground

    Thoughts?

    Isn’t weed now legal in Portland? Burn one for me and laugh at 1+2 or w/e they’re calling it 🙂

  • Eric

    Microsoft must have gotten OnePlus to put out a WP device :p

  • John Motschenbacher

    OPO was the hands down best device I ever had.

  • Rashad

    Maybe the 3 models are region specific

    • John Motschenbacher

      I like this idea. One for the Americas with CDMA/LTE for VZW lol

    • flosserelli

      I was thinking the same.

  • jimt

    Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T, but who cares? This company sucks. Why give them the attention, knowingly?

  • Joe O

    Here’s hoping they are different sizes. I don’t care what anyone says, I am very excited to see what OnePlus comes out with.

  • Joseph Pfister

    This is cool and all, but did you guys hear about how two 11 year olds beat Ivy League MBAs in an investing contest?!
    WOOF

    • SA_NYC

      HA HA HA

    • El Big CHRIS

      I know! I keep seeing this all over dl haha

      • Joseph Pfister

        Yeah, It’s kind of driving me nuts because I read it every time I open the site! ha!

        • Heh, its one of those sponsored posts that DL has been doing lately. Android Police is doing the same too every so often. Too bad I can’t block them as easily, but oh well, its not like its in my face at least compared to.. say.. the 30 other ads that adblock blocks.

          • Joseph Pfister

            Yeah, I just happened to notice it was the same damn one over and over…

          • I just skip over it, since the “ad” seems to always be the third ‘post’ down. Unless DL wants to get sneaky about it..

  • The Doctor

    My thoughts: I don’t care.

    • Tyler Durden

      My thoughts : you took the time to click the article, load the page, and comment though 🙂

      • moew

        Based on that assessment, it’s clear that he cares.

        • T_Dizzle

          Indeed, he does care.

      • The Doctor

        I wasn’t aware that only OnePlus fanboys could comment on the article. I’ll be sure to read DroidLife’s Terms of Service much more closely next time to see if I’m allowed to comment on articles I’m not a fan of.

        • Tyler Durden

          I’m not a OnePlus fanboy. I don’t even use it as my daily driver. I was just pointing out that if you didn’t care, you just move along, but alas, you didn’t.

          • The Doctor

            Hearing news about OnePlus is the same as hearing news about my Great Aunt Bootsie’s colonoscopy. I reply to her too, even though I don’t care about the routine procedure she just went through. Do you understand?

    • flosserelli

      My thoughts: No one believes you.

      • T_Dizzle

        That is correct.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    ….. Just realized.. We’d now have to deal with OxygenOS out the box instead of CYAN. Not sure how I feel about that just yet

    • Paul Cotton

      I agree. I don’t like oxygen os as much as cm os. I don’t really even like cyanogenmod compared to cm os. Yes they are different.

  • John Motschenbacher

    I was thinking they would be smart to try and get one in at VZW but I doubt it

    • Tyler Durden

      Oooooops

    • El Big CHRIS

      This. I don’t care if it’s not on Verizon. Unlimited data and coverage keeps me on VZW

      • Tyler Durden

        How much data do you use a month?? Go outside.

        • JZ

          He probably is outside, which is why he’s using so much data xD

    • Christopher Moore

      I was thinking Verizon as well then I pinched myself. If it takes the Nexus 6 months to release after all others I won’t get my hopes up.

      • Brian G

        The unlocked version has always worked on Verizon

    • Suicide_Note

      They don’t need Verizon.

      • erikiksaz

        You have it backwards. Verizon doesn’t need Oneplus.

        • Suicide_Note

          To be fair, we’re both right. Each does just fine without the other.

    • ck125

      Verizon isn’t a fan of the cheap unlocked phones on their network. They want to carry all those high end models that cost $$. More profit for them. Would love some more options on verizon.

    • ClikFire _

      I totally agree using the n6 on Verizon whole I love it I feel 5.5 is perfect.

  • mcdonsco

    Would have to be a hell of a phone at a hell of a price for me to even remotely consider supporting this jackassery company.

    • Tyler Durden

      Yet people support the other ones….hmmmmmm

  • T4rd

    Would be epic if they supported CDMA/Verizon as well. That would be a huge and unexpected.

    • Brian G

      Ha, jinx! (See comment above)

    • Cory S

      Yeah then you and my grandma could get one.

      • T4rd

        Oh yeah? Well coincidentally I’m taking your grandma Dorothy out for a nice seafood dinner this Friday night and am NEVER CALLING HER AGAIN!

        • Cory S

          That is probably for the best, unless it’s after 8pm, she is on a grandfathered plan with not very many minutes. Word out on the street though is you’re only could for 2 minutes anyway.

          • T4rd

            Nah, she put me on her Friends and Family list, so she can talk to me without eating up her mins. Oooohh.. feel the burn.

          • Cory S

            Well, you’re a towel.

  • Brian G

    And the chances of this supporting Verizon LTE bands are somewhere in the realm offfffff 0.0 we’d estimate???

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Just about right

    • T_Dizzle

      Yay tyranny!!! Oh wait…

    • ClikFire _

      If it supports Verizon bands I will sell my Nexus 6 and be all over it.

      • Brian G

        Any reason? You’re sittin’ pretty right now on a device that’s always first in line for updates. OnePlus has been slow in updating their One despite their software just being good ol’ AOSP-based Cyanogenmod.

        • ClikFire _

          Well I love my N6 and although I’m use to the size now I wish it was still more compact. I got to use the G Flex 2 for a day and hold the g4 at best buy and I feel 5.5 is the perfect spot between phablet and portability. Also built in asop would be cool. Plus the camera on the 1st gen was really good.

          • Brian G

            I feel you. I wish I was OK with the 6″ size but it’s just too big and unwieldy for me. I’m more in the camp of feeling the 5.2″ size of the Moto X and LG G2 are the perfect size since that’s the max that my thumb can reach all the way across the screen without doing thumb-gymnastics. Here’s to hoping the next gen Nexus 5 has Verizon LTE radios …

  • Jared Denman

    Just wish it’d come with 4GB ram. Might get the zenphone2

  • Tyler Durden

    Nice! Can’t wait to get hands on that 128GB model.

    If it’s that…lol