Bye-bye OnePlus X: affordable handset gets quietly discontinued

Bye-bye OnePlus X: affordable handset gets quietly discontinued
It looks like the OnePlus X has been discontinued by the manufacturer. The affordable handset was most recently priced at $199 in the US and came with strengths such as decent specs, a compact form factor, and beautiful, slim design. 

The new OnePlus 3 is definitely one of the hottest smartphone currently available: priced at $400, the third-gen "Flagship Killer" offers hardware specs that are usually reserved for the premium segment of the market. However, if the $400 price tag is out your budget, or if you're not riding the phablet trend, OnePlus used to offer the OnePlus X as an alternative. As it turns out, however, this is no longer the case. 

At the moment, the OnePlus X is out of stock in each of the manufacturer's country-specific web stores. Furthermore, those who've been able to place an order for the OnePlus X just before the model went out of stock have received this email message from the manufacturer:

The email clearly states that OnePlus doesn't have any plans to replenish stock for the X, which means that the handset is, effectively, discontinued after about seven months of market availability. Although the OnePlus X doesn't seem to offer as much value for the money as the new OnePlus 3, the X was much more appealing for those with smaller hands or slimmer budgets. 

What do you guys think, is anyone sad to see the OnePlus X go?

source: OnePlus (Store | Forum)

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1. mahima

Posts: 739; Member since: Nov 20, 2014

sad... its a nice phone... one of the best at its price range except for its battery.

2. kanagadeepan

Posts: 1270; Member since: Jan 24, 2012

Only one phone available in amazon dot in.. The ceramic version is available in more quantity though...

3. Planterz

Posts: 2120; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

Lack of bands 17 and 12 were this phone's fatal flaw. Otherwise, it would have been a great little device.

4. SyCo87

Posts: 318; Member since: Sep 19, 2013

How was apple not able to sue them.

5. tokuzumi

Posts: 1930; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

I picked one up from Swappa yesterday. While I may have some LTE connection woes, it should always connect to HSPA+ around me, which is good enough.

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