OnePlus introduced new cases for the OnePlus X smartphone that comes in five versions – Rosewood, Sandstone, Black Apricot, Bamboo and Karbon version, back in October. It also introduced Silicone cases in Black, Blue, Red and White colors at the time. Today the company has launched Sandstone, Bamboo, Karbon and Silicone cases in India, along with new Translucent and Clear cases. These cases are available in India from Amazon.in, but the company did not say when it will launch the remaining two Rosewood and Black Apricot cases in the country. Continue reading “OnePlus X Translucent, Clear, Sandstone, Bamboo, Karbon and Silicone cases launched in India, starts at Rs. 499”
OnePlus has just announced the availability of On-Guard extended service coverage for their devices in North America. This is similar to the B2X plans that they introduced in India and the On-Guard services they provide in Europe.
OnePlus always strives to deliver quick updates for their smartphones to the latest Android version. In the case of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, they have kept mum until now. OnePlus has just announced their plans to bring Marshmallow to their devices.
OnePlus introduced extended service plans, B2X Service and B2X Protect for the OnePlus 2 smartphone in India last month, now the company has launched these plans for the OnePlus X users as well as B2X On-Guard Plus and B2X On-Guard. Every OnePlus X smartphone comes with manufacturer’s warranty for the device for up to a year from the date of purchase. Continue reading “OnePlus X extended service plans launched in India starting from Rs. 699”
The OnePlus X is probably the first time that OnePlus has really deviated from their design language. Yes, the OnePlus 2 was different from the OnePlus One in a few obvious ways but the basic shape, ergonomics etc remained quite similar. While it did feel like an improvement, people could still probably tell that it was a OnePlus device especially when they touched the sandstone back. The OnePlus X on the other hand feels totally new. The design of the OnePlus X has both glass at the front as well as the back on the Onyx version and a Ceramic back on the Ceramic version.
The latest smartphone from OnePlus, the OnePlus X has a 13 Megapixel primary camera with an ISOCELL sensor, LED flash and maximum aperture of f2.2. The front camera is an 8 Megapixel unit with a wide angle lens and f2.4 aperture which bests the OnePlus 2’s front facing 5 Megapixel camera in terms of resolution. We have put together a series of photo samples for your viewing pleasure.
This week we saw one more device from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus dubbed the OnePlus X – company’s first mid-range device, second device launched this year, and the third in its portfolio overall. After the two flagship smartphones – the OnePlus One and the OnePlus 2, firm had plans to launch mid-range device which Co-Founder Carl Pei had confirmed in August. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: OnePlus X, Letv Le 1s, Motorola Moto X Force, new Google OnHub router and more”
OnePlus introduced its third device the OnePlus X in India and worldwide yesterday. The smartphone carries the ‘HYPE’ from flagship OnePlus 2 launched earlier this year in July, but does it take away the glory? Here’s our first impression of the OnePlus X Indian variant. Continue reading “OnePlus X Hands On Impressions: Is the HYPE right?”
The latest smartphone from OnePlus, the OnePlus X has just been announced. It comes in two variants, an glass back model called Onyx and a ceramic back limited edition called Ceramic. We’ve compiled a list of prices of the smartphone in various regions around the world.
The OnePlus X is the latest smartphone from OnePlus and although it is a smaller handset compared to the original OnePlus One, it might just be the phone that you are looking for. We have compiled a list of features and specs to see what has changed in the new phone compared to the original to make your decision easier.
OnePlus has announced a little brother to their flagship OnePlus 2 smartphone called the OnePlus X. This is the third smartphone being released by OnePlus and it comes in two variants. One is called Onyx with a Glass back and the other is called Ceramic as it has a ceramic back. We’ve compiled a list of features between both the devices to see what’s different between the two.
OnePlus just announced the OnePlus X smartphone at simultaneous events worldwide. It has a 5-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) Full HD AMOLED display, is powered by a Quad-Core Snapdragon 801 processor with Adreno 330 GPU and runs on Oxygen OS 2.1 based on Android 5.1 (Lollipop). It has a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, phase-detection auto-focus (PDAF) and a 8-megapixel front-facing camera. It has a brushed anodized metal frame and comes in Onyx version with glass back and limited edition ceramic variant. Continue reading “OnePlus X with 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display, 3GB RAM launched starting at Rs. 16999”
OnePlus is set to announce the OnePlus X on October 29th. Prior to the official announcement, a leaked ad on Weibo is giving us a sneak peak at the device and also it’s price tag.