The OnePlus One successor is likely going to be a powerful and affordable Android smartphone, though the Chinese startup has yet to formally introduce the OnePlus Two. Expected to be released at some point in the third quarter of the year, the OnePlus Two may have already been spotted in benchmarks disguised as the One.

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Identified on Geekbench as the OnePlus One A2001 – the actual model number of the One is A0001 – this OnePlus Two candidate appears to be a high-end smartphone by 2015 standards. The phone packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM, putting it on par with other flagship handsets coming from rival Android device makers this year. Furthermore, the OnePlus Two appears to be running Android 5.1 Lollipop, likely under OnePlus’ Oxygen OS.

The OnePlus Two should cost around $400 at launch, which will still be very affordable compared to top devices from Samsung, LG, HTC and others.

A screenshot showing this leaked OnePlus Two benchmark follows below.

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