Earlier today went hands on with the variety of back StyleSwap covers for the OnePlus 2 and now images have emerged of the company’s rumored next smartphone. Images have been shared to the Chinese social networking site Weibo that purportedly show the OnePlus Mini in all its glory, or perhaps lack thereof (via G for Games).

In the images, you can see the OnePlus Mini with an all-black design. On the front are capacitive buttons. Notably there is no fingerprint reader, which perhaps OnePlus cut to save costs and keep the overall price of the phone down. On the rear of the device is camera with LED flash, as well as the classic OnePlus logo. The side of the device houses the power button.

The device is rumored to feature a 5-inch display with a 1080p display, a MediaTek processor, 13MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM, and NFC capabilities – a feature that was notably lacking from the OnePlus 2.

At the this point, all of these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt, as OnePlus has yet to acknowledge the existence of the device.

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