OnePlus 2 Mini receives TENAA certification; Powered by 3GB RAM and Snapdragon 810 SoC

Looks like OnePlus is all set to release one more smartphone into the market. A smartphone with the model number One E1000 has been certified by TENAA, and going by the rumors, you can expect this device to be named as OnePlus 2 Mini or OnePlus Mini. Last month we saw some details of the OnePlus 2 Mini listed on a benchmarking site, but the specs in that listing are different from the ones listed on TENAA’s website.


Going by the images on TENAA’s website, the OnePlus 2 Mini looks similar to the OnePlus X. On the front is the bezel-less display along with capacitive navigation buttons and front camera. Whereas the back houses the primary camera along with LED flash.


On the left  side of the phone is the Alert Slider, whereas on the right is the SIM card and microSD card slot along with volume rocker and power button.

The OnePlus 2 Mini is expected to be powered by a 2.0GHz Snapdragon 810 quad-core processor coupled with 3GB of RAM. It has a 13MP camera on the back, and an 8MP camera on the front. It has an internal storage of 16GB, whereas the external storage can be expanded up to 128GB via microSD card. The size of the battery is not known yet.

OnePlus 2 Mini specifications:

  • CPU: 2.0GHz Snapdragon 810 quad-core processor
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Operating System: Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
  • Display: 4.99-inch Full-HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) OLED display
  • Rear Camera: 13MP with LED flash
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • Internal Storage: 16GB
  • External Storage: Expandable up to 128GB via microSD card
  • Connectivity: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi
  • Dimensions: 140 × 69 × 6.9 (mm) at 138g

With the OnePlus 2 Mini certified by TENAA, we can expect the company to make an official announcement soon. As I said earlier, the OnePlus 2 Mini looks similar to the OnePlus X with some similar specs except the bumped up processor and display. So if you are planning to buy the OnePlus X, you can read our review on it just in case if you missed it.