OnePlus X now in India at only Rs. 14,999, after a price cut

Mumbai: One Plus X is now in India having a price cut, in connection with its smartphone’s Onyx (Black) version only. This smartphone is considered to be one of the better performing device in the budget range. This device from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer- OnePlus, was earlier available in the price at 16,999 rupees for the 16 GB- in built storage variant, however, now it is notably, after a price cut, is offered on Amazon India, with the 14,999 rupees. Thus, now the buyers will be getting a huge benefit of about two thousands of rupees in India. While the its Champagne and Ceramic variants will be still carrying their introductory prices as Champagne at 16,999 rupees and Ceramic at 22,999 rupees.

It was seen notably, that the said price cut in connection with the model from the Guangdong’s Shenzhen- based One Plus company, was came after few days from the date on which its competitor- Xiaomi has launched its new flagship, Mi 5 in the country, with the first ever Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset.

Also, the Chinese Shenzhen- based company few weeks earlier also have announced the price cut in connection with its One Plus 2 device as such its 16 GB variant is now priced at 20,999 rupees and 64 GB model will be requiring 22,900 rupees for purchase.

Moreover, the said One Plus company is also now expected to launch by 7th day of April, its new One Plus 3 at the event in Beijing, thus, users can also wait till such launch, so that they would be having options either to purchase older or a newer device.

Notably, the device- OnePlus X was launched in India in the month of October, last year and it was offered with the specifications including a 5- inches Full HD AMOLED display with the 1080 pixels resolutions and 441 ppi pixel density. Also this device is packed with the 3 GB RAM with Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, which is not bad, and its storage capacity is variable with the model selection as 16 GB and also 64 GB which can be expandable up to 128 GB though a microSD card.

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