The OnePlus X is official and it's a thing of beauty: a phone with a mass market, $250 version made of glass and metal, a bit like a Sony Xperia phone, and an exquisite, limited edition ceramic version.
The OnePlus X features one of last year's most powerful system chips: the 32-bit Snapdragon 801 and packs quite the punch.
13MP main cam with f/2.2 lens and ISOCELL tech
What about its camera, though? The 13-megapixel snapper on the back of the phone comes with an f/2.2 lens and OnePlus promises 'blazing fast' auto-focus thanks to phase detection pixels on the sensor and images with well optimized white balance and saturation. OnePlus has employed ISOCELL technology in the sensor of the 5" X phone for less cross talk, and it has also posted the first official camera samples. The images are downsized to load faster (unfortunately, OnePlus has not posted full res images), but should give you a good idea of the capabilities of the 13-megapixel snapper. Take a look at them right below.
The OnePlus X camera is also capable of recording 1080p video (no 4K, though), with two neat recording modes: slow motion and time-lapse.
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