The OnePlus One, by all accounts, was a pretty spectacular smartphone. Crafted by alumni of Oppo, OnePlus came to the market with one goal – to disrupt it. Which it did, handily. Needless to say, the OnePlus One’s combination of top end specs and dirt cheap price drove importers wild and managed to earn our highest review score for a smartphone yet. Since then, it’s seen a move away from CyanogenMod in favour of OxygenOS and a strong base of support from around the globe. Time, though, waits for no smartphone, and the stage is set for the OnePlus Two’s launch on the 27th of July. For their part, OnePlus have been steadily releasing information on the handset, revealing it’ll feature a ‘super fast’ fingerprint scanner, Snapdragon 810 CPU, 4GB of RAM, a huge 3,300mAh battery, a 13MP rear shooter and dual SIMs, all inside a metal frame. Whilst that list doesn’t leave much the imagination, we still hadn’t caught glimpse of what the phone itself would look like. That is, until TENAA went and let the cat out of the bag. Oops. Whilst it’s not the most flattering picture on earth it does reveal that the phone looks to be very much the OnePlus One sequel it purports to be. That means the same lovely soft touch mixed material back and handsome, understated design. This time out the camera’s been pushed down the phone and it appears to have a laser autofocus (LG G3/G4 style). There also appears to be a very minimal bezel, which appears to be the order of the day. Join us on the 27th when OnePlus reveal the full specifications and that all important price, but until then start brushing up on how whether a Chinese made smartphone will work in the UK.