YouTuber snaps first photos with the OnePlus 2 camera
As revealed during an AMA session on Reddit, YouTube reviewer MKBHD received the opportunity to test the built-in camera on the upcoming OnePlus 2 before its official reveal on July 27. According to the published images, the rear camera will be a 13 MP sensor similar to the original OnePlus One. Its maximum aperture of f/2.0 appears to have carried over as well.
A new feature of the smartphone is its laser autofocus. Presented snapshots have a native resolution of 4160 x 3120 pixels and have not been edited according to the source. Other notes include an ISO 100 setting and a focal length of 4.48 mm. However, until the OnePlus 2 is officially revealed, such information should be taken with a healthy dose of skepticism as the EXIF header of the images could have been manipulated.
The published photo samples compare the main cameras between the Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 Plus, LG G4, OnePlus One, and OnePlus 2. While pictures from the other candidates have a slightly yellow (OnePlus One) or Blue (Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 Plus, LG G4) tinge, the OnePlus 2 appears to have more natural colors and is able to show more details and structure of the surface of a tree.
See our condensed overview of all current OnePlus 2 rumors here for more information before the July 27 event.