By now, every mobile techie must know about One Plus’s reputation. The One Plus 1 shook the world with its powerful flagship specs at asuper low price, and it’s been praised for that. However, in order to get one, you had to jump through quite the hoop: the invite system. One Plus’s invite system has been a presence in the company ever since the beginning of its short run, and it doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon. But those of you dreading that fact can breath a sigh of relief at the latest bit of news from the Chinese OEM: The One Plus X is now available invite free. The question here is, “How long though?” The answer is until the end of time. Yes, the One Plus X is available without an invite forever. Just go onto One Plus’s site, or Amazon to place your order.
Let’s refresh our memory of the spec and design. It has a premium build with it’s two Gorilla Glass 3 panels held together by a metal frame. It’s sporting a 5 inch, Full HD, AMOLED panel (1920 x 1080) at 441 ppi. Powering it is the quad core Snapdragon 801 SoC with the Adreno 330 GPU, backed up by 3 gigabytes of RAM, so overall a good processing package. The camera is a 13 megapixel shooter with F/2.2 aperture. Features include phase detection auto focus and an LED flash, but unfortunately, no OIS. It’s good for up to 1080p video and 120 frames a second at 720p.
It has a non-removable 2525 mAh battery, which is pretty small compared to today’s standards. It comes with 16 gigabytes of on board storage, with expandability up to 128 gigabytes. Overall this is great phone to get your hands on, and at only $249, it’s a steal.
It holds true to One Plus’ method of bringing premium quality at a great price. Sure more and more companies are starting to do this nowadays, but the One Plus X takes the cake. Be sure to stop by Oneplus.net and place your order.