New OnePlus smartphone revealed by the FCC, could be the OnePlus X or OnePlus Mini

New OnePlus smartphone revealed by the FCC, could be the OnePlus X or OnePlus Mini
Earlier this week, OnePlus confirmed that it's going to unveil a brand new smartphone on October 12. The handset should be called OnePlus X, and, although OnePlus hasn't officially showcased it yet, it seems that we already have the chance to check it out, thanks to the FCC.

The Federal Communications Commission recently approved an unannounced OnePlus smartphone listed as the "One E1005," also posting two photos of it. While the photos are far from being the best we've seen, this is certainly a device that was not revealed before. We can see the OnePlus logo on the back of the handset, plus what appear to be a camera and an LED flash. A microUSB port and dual speakers are included at the bottom of the phone, while the front side has a simple design.

According to the details found at the FCC, the One E1005 is powered by a processor clocked at 1.9 GHz, further featuring LTE, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 2450 mAh battery. Apparently, the new smartphone is 139 mm tall - which means its screen likely measures around 5 inches (this is the rumored dimension of the display on the OnePls X).

Of course, the new device revealed by the FCC might not be the OnePlus X after all. Previous rumors had it that OnePlus could also release a OnePlus Mini at some point. Or maybe the OnePlus Mini is the OnePlus X? We'll see what happens on October 12.

source: FCC via PhoneScoop


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