It appears that OnePlus will continue to go beyond borders with its new OnePlus X smartphone unlike the way it did with the OP2 and the original OP1 that were rather hard to get due to a ridiculous invite system (that was somewhat brilliant – irrespective) that made it almost impossible for some OnePlus lovers to get their hands on an OP smartphone.
This, of course, left many people frustrated and turned their attention away to other smartphone manufacturers – mostly unwillingly.
However, that has changed significantly as it’s much easier to get your hands on the OnePlus X through third party online retailers (link below).
Border wise, the Champagne version of the OPX device was only available on Chinese soil. However, in an effort to expand its boundaries, OnePlus will be entering the Indian market Indian with the aforementioned variant which will happen to be the third to go on sale after the Onyx and Ceramic versions.
In regard the internals, nothing else has changed, we still have the beautiful AMOLED display at 1080 by 1920P that is clad with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 13MP rear sensor, and a 2525mAh battery juice.
For those of you that aren’t in the know, it’s worth noting that the OnePlus X ships with a custom Oxygen ROM that is currently at version 2.1 and not CyanogenMod.
You’ll be glad to know that it doesn’t deviate too far from what you’re already used to in stock Android and its add quite a long list of nifty features that are well appreciable. Hopefully in the not too distant future, OnePlus will make its way into the rest of the markets in the world.