OnePlus jumped on the scene about a year back with their premium specced OnePlus One. This mobile shook things up a bit with their marketing approach; by selling the phone through invite codes only, they generated huge buzz around phone. Enough buzz in fact that many common consumers, who knew nothing of China phones, ended up knowing the brand name.

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Up for preview today is the OnePlus X.

OnePlus X review specs specifications

  • SoC: Snapdragon 801
  • CPU: 4-core Krait 400@2.3GHz
  • GPU: Adreno 330
  • RAM: 2GB or 3GB (two different versions)
  • ROM storage: 16GB
  • Display: 2.5D Gorilla Glass protected IPS OGS 5.0″@1080P
  • Front camera: 13MP
  • Rear camera: 8MP
  • TF SD expandable: Yes
  • Dual-SIM: Yes
  • OS: Oxygen over Android 5.1.1
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
  • 4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100/2600MHz
  • Battery: 2450mAh built-in

This is an awesome time to be into China phones. A couple of months back, it seemed there was no end to the 5.5″ models, but recently we’ve seen a big surge towards 5.0″. As 4.7″/5.0″ is my preferred size, it’s great to see OnePlus releasing a more compact mobile.



Interestingly, they’ve gone with a design that allows for TF SD expansion up to 128GB. The two different versions are 2GB and 3GB, but beyond this are the exact same phone. The price difference between the two is only $10, so obviously we’re going to jump up to the 3GB version when purchasing. That being said, there’s little to no discernible difference between 2GB and 3GB to the average user, so if the gap gets wider than $15, I’d stick with the 2GB version.

The Snapdragon 801 is one of Qualcomm’s flagship SoC and has enough bandwidth to easily push 1080P; we should see a very smooth Android experience with the OnePlus X. We also see the OnePlus X supports worldwide 3G, which is good news for N/C/S Americans.

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Stylewise the OnePlus X is nice and square and carries the slightly edge-curved 2.5D Gorilla Glass.

If you’re looking for a compact mobile built by a strong up and comer known for creating very solid mobiles, consider the OnePlus X.

Snapdragon 801 OnePlus X previewhttps://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/oneplus-x-review-2015-11-05-15_37_20-Photos-450x201.jpghttps://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/oneplus-x-review-2015-11-05-15_37_20-Photos-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons FeaturedQualcommRecent
OnePlus jumped on the scene about a year back with their premium specced OnePlus One. This mobile shook things up a bit with their marketing approach; by selling the phone through invite codes only, they generated huge buzz around phone. Enough buzz in fact that many common consumers, who...
OnePlus jumped on the scene about a year back with their premium specced OnePlus One. This mobile shook things up a bit with their marketing approach; by selling the phone through invite codes only, they generated huge buzz around phone. Enough buzz in fact that many common consumers, who knew nothing of China phones, ended up knowing the brand name. <center><img src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/oneplus-x-review-2015-11-05-15_37_20-Photos.jpg" alt="oneplus-x-review-2015-11-05 15_37_20-Photos" width="700" height="313" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-9292" /></center> Up for preview today is the OnePlus X. <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">OnePlus X review specs specifications</span></strong> <ul> <li>SoC: Snapdragon 801</li> <li>CPU: 4-core Krait 400@2.3GHz</li> <li>GPU: Adreno 330</li> <li>RAM: 2GB or 3GB (two different versions)</li> <li>ROM storage: 16GB</li> <li>Display: 2.5D Gorilla Glass protected IPS OGS 5.0"@1080P</li> <li>Front camera: 13MP</li> <li>Rear camera: 8MP</li> <li>TF SD expandable: Yes</li> <li>Dual-SIM: Yes</li> <li>OS: Oxygen over Android 5.1.1</li> <li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li> <li>3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz</li> <li>4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100/2600MHz</li> <li>Battery: 2450mAh built-in</li> </ul> This is an awesome time to be into China phones. A couple of months back, it seemed there was no end to the 5.5" models, but recently we've seen a big surge towards 5.0". As 4.7"/5.0" is my preferred size, it's great to see OnePlus releasing a more compact mobile. <br/> Interestingly, they've gone with a design that allows for TF SD expansion up to 128GB. The two different versions are 2GB and 3GB, but beyond this are the exact same phone. The price difference between the two is only $10, so obviously we're going to jump up to the 3GB version when purchasing. That being said, there's little to no discernible difference between 2GB and 3GB to the average user, so if the gap gets wider than $15, I'd stick with the 2GB version. The Snapdragon 801 is one of Qualcomm's flagship SoC and has enough bandwidth to easily push 1080P; we should see a very smooth Android experience with the OnePlus X. We also see the OnePlus X supports worldwide 3G, which is good news for N/C/S Americans. <center><a href="http://www.gearbest.com/oneplus-x-_gear/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><span class="btn6">OnePlus Phones@www.gearbest.com</span></a></center> Stylewise the OnePlus X is nice and square and carries the slightly edge-curved 2.5D Gorilla Glass. If you're looking for a compact mobile built by a strong up and comer known for creating very solid mobiles, consider the OnePlus X.



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