The international version of OnePlus X / Mini could be priced at $249


Another day, another OnePlus X / Mini leak! A couple of days ago, the smartphone's specifications were revealed by China's TENAA, and now it looks like OppoMart might have revealed the missing piece of the OnePlus X puzzle: the price.

According to a premature listing spotted on OppoMart, the OnePlus X - which will probably be known as the OnePlus Mini in some parts of the world - will be priced at $249. That's slightly higher than the handset's rumored $220 price-tag for the Chinese market, but some difference is to be expected. Note that OppoMart listed what appears to be the international variant of the phone with global 4G connectivity. Since the listing was spotted, it was removed by the retailer, but not before screenshots could be captured.

As expected, the specs detailed in the retailer's listing match those previously leaked by the TENAA, including here the Snapdragon 801 chipset, the 5-inch display with a resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, a 13MP primary camera, and an 8MP secondary shooter. 

We do have to note that OppoMart lists the Snapdragon 801 as running at 2.5GHz, while TENAA's specsheet said that the chip runs at 1.9GHz. 1.9GHz is an unusually low frequency for the quad-core CPU inside the Snapdragon 801, which would suggest that the chip was underclocked.  

OppoMart's listing also mentions that the phone will come with a 2450mAh battery. This is a detail that the TENAA listing failed to reveal, but based on the phone's rather thin profile (6.9mm across the waist according to TENAA), this capacity is right about what we expected. OnePlus will reveal its third smartphone in the company's history on October 29th, meaning that we're not far away from learning the full details right from the horse's mouth.

What do you guys make of this? Is the OnePlus X / Mini worth $249 based on these unofficial specifications?

source: OppoMart via Times News

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6 Comments

1. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

Price is no problem, never was, what I want is a great bang for buck device, as was the OnePlus One once released...further compromising and reducing the price tag isn't any different from an overpriced garbage.

2. Zenzui

Posts: 114; Member since: Feb 13, 2012

If they can remove the stupid invitation then they will have a good chance of selling any of their product better.

3. danwatson

Posts: 117; Member since: Jan 03, 2012

I'm still wanting them to live up to the "Flagship Killer" slogan. I didn't feel that the 1+2 did it for me in several ways. It's more of the "economical alternative" to a flagship with a couple of missing features/abilities.

4. apple4never

Posts: 1064; Member since: May 08, 2013

the one was and still kind of is a flagship killer, I still can't find anything to upgrade to thats a good, sensible upgrade. The 2 is kinda weak I hope this is legit in the mid range/upper mid market

5. oro_blu

Posts: 11; Member since: Aug 08, 2015

Do not trust Oppomart. I buy two time from oppomart first time they sent me a new phone, second time a used phone, I sent back and they stole me 400 euro on refound. ā€œIā€™m sorry the packet arrived empty are you sure you put the phone inside?ā€ Come on! I buy from aliexpress and pandawill, it never happen something like this.

6. muji_789

Posts: 28; Member since: Aug 19, 2015

i would rather buy a s5 bigger battery better cameras expandable storage removable battery higher clocked sd 801 (@ 2.5GHz) mostly a better phone

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