OnePlus, the Chinese smartphone maker that is gearing up for a global release of its second handset in a virtual reality launch later this month, has added one more bit of detail about the new phone’s hardware specifications.

CEO Peter Lau confirmed Thursday that the OnePlus 2 will have dual SIM support, but didn’t say if the smartphone will also have a microSD slot that the current model OnePlus One lacks, FoneArena reported, citing Lau’s post on Chinese social media site Weibo.

The smartphone is already known to be equipped with the Snapdragon 810 processor, a type-C USB port, a 13MP primary camera with laser focus, 4GB RAM and a 3300mAh battery. OnePlus has also said the new phone will incorporate a fingerprint scanner and cost less than $450.

OnePlus dual SIM Chinese smartphone company OnePlus is releasing its new phone the OnePlus 2 that CEO Peter Lau has confirmed will have dual SIM slots. Photo: Peter Lau/Weibo Page

Meanwhile, Google Cardboard headsets for the company’s July 27 virtual reality launch are now available on Inc.’s Indian site, OnePlus tweeted Friday.

The headsets are designed to fit the OnePlus One, but can accommodate other phones of up to 6 inches.