It’s been rumoured that the OnePlus X could launch in October, with the handset maker even sending out invitations to its ‘Next Big Step’ event in India for October 12. If October 12 seems familiar to you, it’s also when OnePlus’ Open Sale is occurring, where you’ll be able to pick up a OnePlus 2 without an invite. Back to the OnePlus X though, and it’s believed to have been spotted being put through its paces on China’s Quality Certification website, with model number OnePlus E1001.
While it isn’t confirmed that the OnePlus E1001 is, in fact, the upcoming OnePlus X, it’s quite the coincidence. Especially considering the OnePlus CEO, Liu Zuohu, posted a teaser on his Weibo page that oddly enough had the letter ‘X’ written on it. The Oneplus X is believed to use either the Snapdragon 801 or MediaTek’s Helio X10 MT6795 processor, have a display that’s around 5-inches in size and a price tag of around $249.
It’s just a couple of days to wait until all is revealed, does the thought of a ‘Mini‘ OnePlus handset appeal to you? Let us know in the comments.