If you enjoy the rumour-filled buzz in the run up to most flagship phone launches then there are a couple of new morsels to chew on while we wait for the OnePlus 2 to officially break cover.
OnePlus has told us that the phone is arriving in "Q3 2015" and Chinese media sources say that it will hit right at the start of that three-month window in July. The less time we have to wait the better.
The same part of the rumour mill places the price at 1999 Chinese Yuan – a rough and ready conversion would suggest you’re looking at something in the region of £207, US$322 or AU$416. Once you factor in the cross-border bump-up it’s likely to be slightly more expensive than the OnePlus One originally was.
On Friday we got what appeared to be our first look at the long-awaited flagship phone, but for now OnePlus hasn’t confirmed much, so we’ll have to wait and see what appears when the time comes.
Industry insiders have said that OnePlus is going to hold a dedicated media event to launch the phone, as you would expect it to, and as soon as we hear news of it we’ll let you know.
We’re expecting the OnePlus 2 to offer a Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch 1080p display and a 16MP camera around the back, though at the moment nothing’s certain – except that once again you’re going to need an invite to get one.