The extremely pretty Oneplus X just dropped by ..

Oneplus X is out to prove to the world that you don't have to burn a hole in your pocket to have a good premium-feeling smartphone.

OPX Display 2
5″ AMOLED display with 1080p resolution; 441ppi; Corning Gorilla Glass 3
OPX Back
The OnePlus X exterior is as premium as it can get – there is a metal frame with 17 etched grooves, flanked by two panels of black glass on either side something they call Onyx Black.
OPX Camera
The OnePlus X has a 13 megapixel camera on the back (F/2.2) and an 8MP one on the front (F/2.4). The main camera reportedly uses an ISOCELL sensor, which generally improves colour fidelity, sharpness and dynamic range compared to regular BSI sensors. It also has a hybrid autofocus system, utilising phase detection. Unlike the bigger OnePlus 2, there is no optical image stabilisation, laser-assisted autofocus, or 4K video recording. The OnePlus X only captures 1080p video.
OPX Display 1
AMOLED has superb viewing angles and those of the OnePlus X don’t disappoint. The panel retains its contrast and colours even in extreme angles and is one of the least reflective screens we’ve ever tested.
OPX Handheld
The OnePlus X packs a non-removable 2,525mAh battery, which is about average capacity for a 5-inch 1080p smartphone
OPX Left rocker
On the left is the sound profile slider from the OnePlus 2 with three positions for the silent, priority notifications only, and all alerts modes. The slider has a grippy pattern like the one on the OnePlus 2 and it works great.
OPX Left
The OnePlus X is a light 138g and is 6.9mm thin.
OPX Speakers
At the bottom, you’ll find the micro USB and single speaker.
OPX Unboxed
In the box, you find the usual manual and warranty leaflets, micro USB charging cable and electric socket. They also provide you with a decent OP case for the device and screen protector.
OPX Final
Initial impressions are good and we’ll have the review up soon. Keep an eye on this space.

 

 

Photos by: Daanesh Kalyaniwalla