OnePlus today announced its latest Android phone the OnePlus X. Set to launch globally on November 5th, US consumers will get their hands on one two weeks later on November 19th.

The OnePlus X will run $250 but will be sold unlocked with dual-SIM support and can work with a variety of LTE bands. Powered by Android 5.1 with a modified OxygenOS on top, the X features a 5-inch 1080 HD display and a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 mobile processor.


To bolster performance the X comes with 3 gigabytes of RAM and offers a 16 gigabytes of internal storage. In terms of cameras the back side houses a 13-megapixel sensor and around front you’ll find an 8-megapixel shooter for selfies and video chat.

The X is designed with a metal frame and two glass panels; OnePlus will offer a ceramic version in select markets later on but it will be in limited supply. As is to be expected to be OnePlus X will be sold using the invite system. Customers can get in line for a reservation starting immediately.

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  1. Oneplus lost their mind. For that feature and size, people could easily buy one the same of it’s class for less than 200.00$US. Isn’t the ‘One Plus Two’ provide them a solid semi failure message already? Within 3 weeks, I could buy one better than ‘One Plus Two’ phone from Eelephone’ Vowney for 299.00 with 2K display, Octa-core 64 bits CPU, 3 gig RAM accompany 32 gig storage with expandable option, NFC included. Vowney also came with 20 meg pixel rear camera and 8 Meg front. Best of all, you don’t have to go through those BS invite only process.

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