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- Best-in class camera sensors (13MP primary rear camera with f/2.2 Aperture and Phase Detection AF (ISOCELL technology) along with 8MP front facing camera with f/2.4 Aperture)
- Crafted to perfection with premium stainless steel frame and a super-vibrant AMOLED 5 inches (12.7 centimeters) Gorilla Glass 3 Display Screen (Full HD @ 441 PPI)
- OxygenOS based on Android Lollipop 5.1.1 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (2.3 GHz Quad-core SoC) featuring 4G LTE, 3GB LPDDR3 RAM; 16GB eMMC v5.0 storage (expandable storage up to 128GB)
- Long lasting 2,525 mAh LiPo battery; Ports (2 slots - fits either 2 Nano SIM cards (4G+4G) (DSDS) or 1 Nano SIM and 1 microSD card) and a 3-way Notification Alert Slider
- 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and battery, 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including charger from the date of purchase
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OnePlus X Onyx Luxuriously Crafted – Limited Edition
With intricate etchings that has been fashioned from jewelry making technique which has three different polish treatments, scratch-resistant strengthened glass, chamfered or beveled edges and more importantly built from fire baked ceramic or Black Onyx or zirconia imported all the way from Australia, the OnePlus X is rightly defined as Limited Edition. The Black Onyx Glass exterior, OLED screen, toughened scratch-resistant glass, two high mega pixel cameras, large expandable memory, Oxygen OS are only few other features which makes this OnePlus X, a Limited Edition Smartphone.Vibrant Visuals and High Speed Camera
The matrix OLES screen of OnePlus X (Limited Edition Ceramic) ensures that you enjoy pictures with high contrast ratio thus making the visuals sharper and vivid. The resolution of 441 PPI also helps in clarity of picture without draining the battery. You can bring more life to your pictures as the advanced sensors and ISOCELL technology makes the OnePlus X camera faster with high quality images. The 15 MP Primary camera with high speed auto focus makes sure that you are able to capture even the impromptu photo moments in time. The front 8 MP camera with f/2.4 aperture with beauty mode will ensure that your pictures and video calls are impeccable.Exciting Features
The OnePlus X comes with refreshing option of customizing the functions of your phone’s navigation buttons. The ‘Gestures’ feature of the phone allows you to control the functions of your device without unlocking by simply tracing the predefined shapes. The smartphone not only allows you to take 1080p video but also allows smooth streaming of them.Power Packed Performance and Long Lasting Battery
The OnePlus X has got effortless processing system, as it runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 of 2.3 GHz and Android Oxygen Operating System of Lollipop 5.1.1 version. These features ensure smooth and effortless multitasking for you. Further, there is the 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM which makes sure that the Smartphone works at a fast pace. The strong and durable lithium polymer battery of 2525 mAh of the OnePlus X ensure that your phone does not require recharging at frequent intervals. OnePlus X also comes with Dual SIM, FM Radio and 16 GB eMMC v5.0 memory which is expandable to 128 GB.
From the Manufacturer
Exquisite design – built from fire-baked Ceramic or Onyx black glass.
The OnePlus X is about exploring contrasts and harmony. It’s about expressing individuality in modern urban life, the conflict between traditional craft and manufacturing, and balance between design and technology. Reflections of where you are, and where you’re going to be.
We believe that a smartphone should feel instinctive, fluid, and undeniably effortless.
The OnePlus X celebrates a love story of aesthetics and a unique, premium material: zirconia ceramic. Designing technology with ceramics has been attempted - but never before mastered like this. Cultivating a new level of craftsmanship and artisanal luxury in smartphone design, we present to you our most elegant device yet. There’s a story behind every OnePlus X
Fast and brilliant. Celebrate every precious moment.
Built from the most advanced sensors, the OnePlus X camera with autofocus is blazingly fast - designed for high-quality photos whenever and wherever you are. Equipped with ISOCELL technology, light sensitivity is increased for sharper images and less noise. The front-facing shooter on the OnePlus X leads the way in unmatched quality with an 8MP camera, f/2.4 aperture, and supported Beauty Mode for effortless, flawless photos every time. No moment is too fleeting with the OnePlus X’s autofocus powered by Phase Detection AF, using light to focus on subjects in 0.2 seconds.
Find the deepest blacks to the most vivid colours that can be conjured on screen all right on your OnePlus X. Enjoy faster response times and improved sunlight viewability that cater to everyone’s individual expressions, leaving you in awe every single time. Featuring a 5” Active Matrix OLED screen boasting a high contrast ratio, your smartphone experience is made brighter, sharper, and more dazzling with the OnePlus X. With an ideal resolution of 441 PPI, the OnePlus X screen is as sharp as the human eye is capable of viewing, and all without sacrificing your battery life.
Giving you the freedom to discover the world.
Go anywhere and be connected. Your OnePlus X is unlocked and capable of using dual standby SIM cards with 4G speeds right out of the box. You have the freedom to use it all over the globe, no questions asked.
Technology is not the polar opposite of design. Inside out, our latest device masters the balance between performance and beauty. Equipped with a premium and highly-acclaimed processor, you can be confident that your OnePlus X will always work exactly the way you want it to. Advanced mobile tasks are made easy and fast. Capture stunning 1080p video, enjoy optimized battery life, and stream high-quality videos with ease.
Heavy-duty graphics are brought to life with a powerful graphics chip with formidable memory for desktoplike processing power. The OnePlus X was built to be reliable as well as beautiful.
All of your files are incredibly easy to manage right inside the phone. For even more storage, you can add formidable amounts with your own microSD card. Take everything with you - no limits.
OnePlus Radio brings FM stations straight to your smartphone in a way that you won’t find anywhere else. So whether you’re on the go, hanging out at home, or spending study sessions in the library, tune in and discover a whole new world of ideas.
A device as important as your phone needs to be ready whenever you are, so we’ve made sure that you never have to worry about running low on power before your day is done. The OnePlus X hardware and software is optimized to last with enhanced battery stamina. Enjoy hours of webbrowsing, listening to music, or other daily tasks. For the modern user who’s always on their feet.
Clean and beautiful.
Want to know what a refreshingly light and bespoke mobile experience feels like? Say hello to OxygenOS. Built to further your distinctiveness, it’s made up of everything you need in a smartphone operating system, and nothing you don’t.
Without the need to open up and unlock your phone, control functions by tracing simple shapes on the sleeping screen. Best of all, just a quick double tap and the OnePlus X springs to life.
An exclusive glance-friendly feature of OxygenOS for easy access to all of your most important information. With a quick swipe, an overview of your favorite contacts, apps, recent calls, widgets and more will slide into view.
App permissions & Custom Buttons
Refine the personal information that your apps have access to. We put the power in your hands, not your apps. Custom Buttons: Customize the functions of your device’s navigation buttons to build a smartphone experience tailored to you.
Reflect your personality and bring your device to life with just a few quick modifications. The choices are endless.
|Title||OnePlus X||Moto X Play||Lenovo VIBE P1||Samsung Galaxy J7||Mi 4(White, 16 GB)||Sony Xperia C4 Dual|
|Customer Price (in INR)||14999||18499||15999||14999||14999||19899|
|OS||OxygenOS based on Android 5.1.1||Android v37012 (Lollipop)||Android v5.1 (Lollipop)||Android v5.1 (Lollipop)||Android v4.4 (KitKat) OS||Android v5 (Lollipop) OS|
|Processor||Snapdragon 801||Snapdragon 615||1.5 GHz Snapdragon 615 64-bit Octa Core Processor||1.5 GHz Exynos 7580 Octa Core Processor||2.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8274AC Quad Core Processor||1.7 Ghz Octa Core Processor|
|SIM Type||Dual SIM (4G+4G)||Dual SIM (4G+4G)||Dual SIM (4G+4G)||Dual Sim (4G+GSM)||Single Sim,(3G / 2G)||Dual Sim (4G+GSM)|
|Secondary Camera||8 MP||5 MP||5 MP||5 MP||8 MP||5 MP|
|Primary Camera||13 MP||21 MP||13 MP||13 MP||13 MP||13 MP|
|Screen Resolution||AMOLED Full HD @ 441 PPI, 1920x1080 Pixels||Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixels||Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixels||Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixels||Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixels||Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixels|
|Size||5 Inches||5.5 Inches||5.5 Inches||5.5 Inches||5 Inches||5.5 Inches|
|Battery||2525 mAh||3630 mAh||4900 mAh||3000 mAh||3080 mAh||2600 mAh|
|Expandable Memory||microSD, upto 128GB||No||microSD, upto 128GB||microSD, upto 128GB||No||microSD, upto 64 GB|
|RAM||3GB||2 GB||2 GB||1.5 GB||3 GB||2 GB|
|Internal memory||16 GB||16 / 32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB|
|More features||3-Way Alert Slider; Glass/ Zirconia Ceramic back cover in a Stainless Steel Frame||Trendy exterior, Bold style||Aluminium rear body and infinity screen construction.|
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Update: The SD card issue has been solved in the latest software patch with oxygen OS 2.1.3
One Plus, a Chinese smart phone start up, made waves last year, when they launched the much lauded One Plus One. Packed with flagship level internals, and an unbelievable price tag, One Plus One soon became the heartthrob of the smart phone market. Earlier this year, One Plus announced its successor, the One Plus Two. However, the phone could not live up to the hype generated by its predecessor, and the continuance of the invite-only system made prospective buyers look elsewhere. And now, One Plus has launched their first mid-range smart phone, in an attempt to reclaim its lost glory. Will it?
Unboxing the One Plus X, I couldn’t help but marvel at the beauty of the packaging and their attention to detail. You get a charger, a high quality flat-wired micro-USB cable along with the usual literature, and of course the One Plus X itself. One Plus has also included a translucent back cover, but some part of it seemed to stick to the phone and it looked ugly. I am unsure whether this happened with others. Anyways, One Plus has also included a factory-fitted clear- screen guard. But, be careful while peeling off the protective film, as you may remove the screen guard along with it.
DESIGN AND BUILD QUALITY
On paper, one plus seems to be a rejigged One Plus One, with the same internals and price bracket. But one look at the phone and you will know the difference. With glass to the front and back and metal to the sides, this phone looks and feels gorgeous. The device sports a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 covered 5” AMOLED display, flanked by the earpiece sensors, 8 MP front camera and a notification LED at the top and the reversible capacitive keys at the bottom. The back has a shiny, glossy, inky-black scratch resistant glass with the One Plus logo and a 13MP camera and LED flash, flush to the back. The edges are metal clad, with 17 high precision microcuts, which gives the phone a good grip. The sim tray (housing a hybrid dual SIM/ microSD card slot), volume rockers and the power button are to the right, while we see the alert slider from the One Plus Two on the left. The top has a 3.5 mm audio jack and the secondary noise cancellation microphone, while the single firing speaker, the micro USB port (not USB type-c) and the primary microphone are at the bottom. The dual speaker grille, out of which only one fires, gives the phone a beautiful symmetry and shows the attention to detail. The front and back panel has 2.5D curved glass that hides the bezels and gives the phone a premium, elegant look. At about 6.9 mm thick and under 140g, the phone is extremely compact and single handed usage is a breeze.
Yes, the glass is a finger print magnet and is slippery, but that is to be expected. These minor gripes aside, the One Plus X is the best looking phone I have ever seen. It has its inspirations, but it still manages to stand out on its own.
As mentioned above, One Plus has gone with an AMOLED panel in the One Plus X, and hence it has punchier colours, deep blacks and excellent viewing angles. The screen has a resolution of 1980x1080 with a pixel density of 441ppi. The display is bright and sharp with no pixilation. An AMOLED display also means One Plus X can make use of features like ambient display (screen lights up when you get a notification) and proximity wake (waving your hand over the sensors will bring up the time and notifications) without eating up the battery life, since only individual pixels needs to turned on, unlike an LCD display. One Plus also has a dark mode enabled by default, which further helps in the battery longevity, while differentiating the phone from other vanilla android counterparts.
However the auto brightness was a bit too unreliable and I had to turn it off. I hope a software patch will fix this. And I hope one plus implement a colour calibration option, so that people wanting accurate colour temperatures can tone down the saturation. Also, the whites have a slight bluish tint at certain angles. It is invisible if you won’t look for it, but I thought it was worth mentioning.
The phone, though a mid-ranger, does not come with mid-range internals. Instead of going for a Snapdragon 615 or a 617, One Plus has packed this phone with last year’s Snapdragon 801 chipset. This means, the phone has four Krait 400 cores, clocked at 2.3 GHz each, and an Adreno 330 GPU (clocked at 578 MHz). It has 3 GB of RAM an 16 GB of onboard storage, out of which about 11 GB is free on the first boot (the storage is expandable). Note that, contrary to reports, this is not the Snapdragon 801 used in the One Plus One. That was an overclocked CPU, namely, the MSM8974AC. The one used in the One Plus X is the MSM8974AB. This doesn’t mean much to the normal user, for whom, the performance will be a breeze. Apps open quickly, there is minimal lag and the huge RAM means multitasking is never a problem. Even gaming was a pleasant experience, with even high-end games like Modern Combat 5 played fine. Only Asphalt 8 displayed slight choppiness, but that may be a software issue due to lack of optimisation, which will, most likely, be fixed. In fact only if you compare it with the current gen flagships, would you notice any difference, which is excellent for a mid-ranger. There s slight heating in the back panel, when the device is put to intensive usage, but it does not get over the 45 Celsius mark Many would lament the absence of a 64 bit processing unit, but honestly, for that technology to become the norm, it would take at least a few more years, and until then it is just a spec to gloat about.
The One Plus X continues the dual sim functionality introduced in the one plus 2, but this time, it is a hybrid slot! Yes, one plus finally has a device which supports microSD upto 128 GB, that is, if you omit the dual sim functionality. There are two nano sim slots, with the second one doubling up as a microSD card slot. Both sim slots support 4G LTE, but only one can be activated at a time, while the other will run on 2G. The alert slider is also a useful feature, and has been revamped for a more pronounced texture and better feedback. There are three options; slide from the bottom, once for priority notifications and twice for no notification while the option at the bottom enables all notifications. The volume output from the bottom-firing speaker is pretty loud and clear, though a wee bit tinny. An inbuilt equalizer could solve the problem by bumping up the bass. However the volume output from the headphone jack was excellent. I tested it with the Xiaomi Pistion 3 and the Audio Technica ATH M20-x and I was impressed. The vocals are great, there is no breaking and the bass is adequate. The call quality via the microphone and the signal reception too were excellent, though I must say I had a couple of call drops. This might be a carrier issue, but I am not sure.
A lot of hardware features present in the One Plus One and one plus two have been omitted. There is no NFC, so Android Pay is off. The fingerprint scanner is also omitted, probably to cut costs. Along with these, there are also some unnecessary omissions which One Plus seems to have made. For one, the capacitive keys aren’t backlit. And more importantly, the more powerful 5 GHz WiFi band is missing. For US buyers, a major issue might be the lack of LTE, with bands 12 and 17 not supported. This means both T Mobile and AT&T customers will be stuck on the HSPA networks (3G). However, most international customers have no such issues and in India, Airtel’s 1800MHz and 2300MHz bands are fully supported. There is also no wireless charging or quick charging, and the USB-C type found in the One Plus Two has been replaced by the older micro USB port.
The One Plus X packs in 2525 mAh battery, and the battery life is above average. On a moderate day of usage, you will be able to last a full day with about 3.5-4 hours of screen-on-time. However, with a day of heavy usage, you might last only about 9 hours with 5 hours screen-on-time. On a looping video playback test in half brightness and full volume (in MX Player), the phone drained from 100% to 0% in about 8 hours. Though wireless charging and fast charging aren’t supported, it doesn’t make a huge difference, as the small 2525 mAh battery charges up reasonably fast with the included accessories
The One Plus X runs on Android 5.1.1, lollipop. However, after the bitter breakup with Cyanogen, One Plus X runs on its own custom android skin Oxygen OS 2.1.2. However, unlike other manufacturer overlays, one plus has a bloat free, almost vanilla interface with some nifty features added for customisation. First, there is the dark mode, which inverts the stock android look. There are features like App permissions (permissions manager on a per-app level), notifications manager (micro-manage app notifications) and quick settings management (choose which quick settings to be displayed in the notification toggle). The Shelf feature from the One Plus Two makes a return. Shelf is a feature which displays your widgets, recent apps and contacts in the leftmost home screen. It is harmless and useful at times, and at worst, it can be turned off. The gesture support from the previous one plus iterations, including double tap to wake, drawing an O or a V to open the camera and turn on the flash light from the lock screen respectively are also present and accounted for. Minor customisations like the ability to change the LED notification and the accent colour gives the user to make minor cosmetic yet unobtrusive changes to the UI. The ability to turn on screen navigation overlay and swap buttons are highly appreciated, especially since the capacitive buttons aren’t backlit. A huge bug in the UI is in the microSD detection. While the file manager shows the card, and you can use it for multimedia storage, it doesn’t show up in the storage options, thereby not allowing apps to be moved to the SD card. The good news is, One Plus is aware of the issue and an OTA update is promised.
All in all, Oxygen OS is a great Android UI, one of the few which gives valuable customisation options without tinkering with Google’s version of an Android experience. It is also quite stable with no app crashes or slow downs. At worst, the added features can be ignored and you can enjoy a stock android experience. Add to that, One Plus has an excellent software team working round the clock, solving bugs, making performance improvements and adding features. The Marshmallow update is also promised in the next year Q1, so software wise, you are covered.
The One Plus X comes packed with 13 MP (4:3 aspect ratio) rear camera with LED flash, while there is an 8MP fixed focus front facing camera for selfie lovers. The primary camera, contrary to reports is not the same one used in either of the two previous One Plus smart phones. One Plus, this time went with a Samsung ISOCELL sensor with an f2.2 aperture and phase detection autofocus. This is the same sensor used in the Samsung Galaxy S5, but the similarity ends there. The photos are average at best, with unreliable exposure compensation and colour accuracy. Sometimes, the photos come out pretty good, while other times, it’s pretty disappointing. However, there is minimal shutter lag, the dynamic range is good and the saturation levels give punchier photos. The detailing and sharpness are also pretty good, as long as you don’t zoom in. All this is however in outdoor shots, with high noise levels creeping in, in low light and artificial lighting conditions. Move in to video, and it gets terrible. The video maxes out at 1080p, and that too is very bad. It is shaky, loses focus quickly and has a lot of ghost effects. The front facing camera, on the other hand is excellent. With a wide angle lens and an f2.4 aperture, even artificial lighting produces great results. The beauty mode also helps without going overboard. The video quality of the front camera is also pretty good for Skype calls, and it also shoots at 1080p.
The camera app is bare bones, and offers basic features like a timer, panorama, slow motion and time lapse. Swipe up or down in the viewfinder for modes, and oddly, in the panorama mode, the orientation shifts to portrait mode, which is annoying. The photo mode also has clear image and HDR. While clear image is pretty good (it takes 10 shots of the same image to create the perfect shot, in theory), HDR just cranks up the exposure, without doing anything about the blown up highlights. And both take a couple seconds extra, though that is acceptable. The ring along with the focus tap, to adjust exposure is a welcome feature, though it is not as perfected as the one, say, in MIUI.
Overall, the camera is the phone’s weakest link, though it has to do more with software than hardware. I am sure, the camera interface and the quality will improve in coming times. And, don’t get me wrong, this camera is perfect for social media and instagramming, it’s just not for photography geeks.
Overall, despite its flaws and trade-offs, One Plus X is a solid phone. And at a price of Rs 16999 or $249, it is the best smart phone money can buy! That is – if you can get your hands on an invite. This time, however, invites are available in plenty, and more often than not, you can grab an invite with a little effort. Moreover, the phone will go on open sale within a month, so that should please a lot of people.
In my opinion, no phone is perfect. And everything comes at a price. For me, I need great looks, a great performance, and decent battery life. Issues like lack of NFC, a 64bit processor, 5GHz WiFi band, a finger print scanner and fast charging doesn’t matter to me, for I don’t use any of these. And I like a minimalistic and aesthetic design, so I like One Plus X more than the One Plus One too. So, in my humble, personal opinion, I love the OPX. I think it is a great phone. Some of cons do not affect me, others I trust the company to fix soon. But,I diligently, mentioned all the pros and cons of the device, to the best of my abilities, now the choice is yours. My opinion – GO FOR IT!
PS: there is a limited edition ceramic variant also available in Europe and India for a higher price of Rs.22999. It is entirely the same as the variant reviewed here (Onyx), other than the built (fire-baked ceramic).
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The build for the phone feels solid, Glass front and back,
Attracts a LOT of fingerprint. Luckily there is a Silicon Case provided in the box.
I would not use the Phone without a protective case.
Stunning looks, fashionable for sure.
The phone is smooth and fluid, Does heat up on the top left corner when gaming for 30+ Mins,
Dual Sim works fine, yet to test it with a microSD Card. The screen being AMOLED is a BIG ADVANTAGE. It renders neat blacks and bright colors, the best screen by OnePlus as of now. Not much to say at this point about performance, will update the review in a few days.
Things to Note:
1. The phone has a pre installed screen guard, take care while removing the front screen cover when out of box, chances are, you will pull the screen guard apart too.
2. Silicone Case is provided in the box. Good move, because there are no other cases available as on date.
The glass build, is nice to have but I would be double cautious with the phone, A single drop might break the screen is what I am scared about.
No NFC. But no one used it anyway.
Must say it's better than previous One plus devices as I have One plus 2. Well Oneplus X has amoled display of 441ppi. Colors are more deep and sharp.
What a fabulous design. Inherited from Apple iPhone 4S and some of their own like alert slider and slim Ness. Must say it's beauty. Metal frame from side and back panel made of glass makes you feel richer.
Front Camera is good but little disappointed with rear. Auto focus wasn't that much better and pics wasn't that much good maybe a software bug. So it will be resolved.
Well Now performance
3GB of ram with 2.3Ghz clocked makes sense but perhaps when you get the hands on this phone you won't feel like to play games in this beauty. These hardware will later allow you to customize your device like rooting and take it to next level. You can play games in this but the dimension and thinness of this device won't let you play for long. So upto you and I don't recommend to play High end games in this as of heating issue which is in the genes of Snapdragon 801 soc processor.
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If you have 20000 /- wait for yutopia then or else go for this blindly.
Remember it comes with previous applied screen protector and now this time with transparent back cover also.
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