OnePlus X rumoured to feature dual cameras, 5 inch screen
The launch of new phones by China’s OnePlus is always a mega event and now web is abuzz with rumours that the smartphone maker is working on a mid-range smartphone that is being referred to by tech blogs as the OnePlus X or OnePlus Mini.
The launch of new phones by China's OnePlus is always a mega event and now web is abuzz with rumours that the smartphone maker is working on a mid-range smartphone that is being referred to by tech blogs as the OnePlus X or OnePlus Mini.
There have been multiple leaks regarding details of the device but reports suggest the phone will have mid-range specs and cost around $250 (₹16,500).
Gizmochina, which quoted "factory sources," provided details about the rumoured smartphone.
The report said the design of the OnePlus X has been tweaked to achieve a more premium look than the OnePlus 2. The phone will feature dual rear cameras, a fingerprint sensor at the back, a 5-inch screen and a Snapdragon 801 processor (same as the OnePlus One).
The report further said the OnePlus X might be launched in October.
OnePlus recently launched it's "flagship killer", the OnePlus 2, in India. The Hindustan Times review of the phone said, " With the 2, OnePlus has done it again by making a refined product that ticks off most, if not all, checkboxes for devices that cost twice as much."
The 64 GB version of OnePlus 2, with 4GB RAM, is priced at ₹24,999 and currently available on Amazon India. Users need an invite to get the new smartphone. It remains to be seen if OnePlus X too will use a similar system for selling its phones.
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