Unannounced OnePlus ‘One E1005′ revealed by FCC
While the sandstone finish at the back of the OnePlus One and the OnePlus 2 was appreciated by many users, will it be the right move to add a glass back?
The upcoming new smartphone from OnePlus, which for all indications be called – OnePlus X – has been revealed on the listing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US. The device name within the FCC is E1005, and there’s no direct information as to which operating system it’s running, but the likely event is Android, probably under proprietary software. The report noted how much the device looked like an iPhone 5 or even OnePlus 2. It also houses a camera along with an LED flash. It features a micro USB port on the lower edge of the device, between what seem to be two stereo speakers.
As the Chinese smartphone manufacturer gears up for a special event in India on October 12, OnePlus CEO Peter Lau recently posted a cryptic image on Chinese site Weibo that showed a map with what looked like an “X” in the middle. The front side has a simple appeal. It will come with connectivity features like Wi-Fi, LTE, Bluetooth and Global Positioning System. Battery capacity will likely be at 3,000 or 3,100 mAh. According to the report, this is apparently the exact dimension of the rumored “OnePlus X“. It was previously rumored to boast a 5-inch full HD display. The handset will reportedly be powered by MediaTek’s Helio X10 64-bit octa-core processor, paired with 2GB of DDR3 RAM. However, Phone Scoop said that the new phone is not a replica of the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 handsets. On-board storage will be at 32 GB. The rear camera will be 13 MP whereas the front will be 5 MP.
Previous reports have confirmed that the OnePlus Mini will be available at a price of $250.