The long rumored OnePlus X was recently spotted in a listing on online retail store Oppomart.
The listing, complete with detailed information on the device specs as well as a device photo, puts up the OnePlus X for a price of $249.00. According to the listing, the OnePlus X will run under a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, contrary to the long rumored Helio X10 chip on board the device.
The specs shown go in line with previous rumors, as it said that the OnePlus X will be having a 5-inch display with a 1080p Full HD resolution. It packs 3 GB worth of RAM, along with choices of either a 16 GB or 64 GB worth of built-in internal storage capacity.
As for the camera, the listing details that the OnePLus X will have a 13 megapixels rear camera using Sony-made lens, and it will be coupled with an 8 megapixels front snapper for selfies and video calling functions. Device battery goes at 2450 mAh.
Previous rumors suggested a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass on top of the display and a wide-angle 5 megapixels front camera. Other rumored features include a fingerprint sensor, a 3000-3100 mAh battery with quick charging feature, NFC, IR, 1.2W front speakers, and an IP67 rating for waterproof and dustproof properties. Price was previously said to be at $250 per unit.
The listing appeared following the official OnePlus announcement of an upcoming event, where the rumored device is expected to be launched.
As revealed through the OnePlus India official Facebook page, a major event on India will take place on October 29. It is now expected that the Chinese mobile company will be unveiling a new smartphone on the day.
While the announcement did not specify any further details, the image shown greatly hints at one of the long rumored name of the upcoming OnePlus smartphone. The big “X” growing brightly was taken as a hint that the upcoming phone will indeed be called the OnePlus X. OnePlus had described it as “Powerfully Beautiful”, a close remark to the company’s previous statement that their new smartphone will cater to users who favor fashionable appearances more than a highly powerful piece of tech.