According to a recent teaser published by OnePlus, it seems that come 29th of October, the company will officially announce the OnePlus X. We have been hearing about this phone for a while and we have also been treated to various photos. That being said for those curious about its price, it seems that it won’t be breaking the bank anytime soon.
This is according to Chinese leakster Leaksfly who recently posted on Weibo that the upcoming OnePlus X would cost around RMB1,399, which when converted is roughly equivalent to $220. Of course that price won’t exactly be translated the same if and when it makes its way stateside or to other markets, but hopefully it is a good indication of how much it will cost in general. At the very least we can assume that it is priced somewhat affordably.
Assuming OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s statement from earlier this year is accurate, the OnePlus X will be focusing more on its design rather than attempting to create a powerful handset. Of course this doesn’t mean that the phone is a slouch, far from it. According to the rumors, the phone will feature a 5-inch Full HD display, a quad-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz, 3GB of RAM, and a 13/8MP camera combo.
Like we said it’s not a slouch, but we suppose it isn’t exactly flagship material either, but we suppose we’ll just have to wait for the next couple of weeks to get all the official details.
- 441 PPI
- f/2.2 Aperture
- Snapdragon 801