As you know OnePlus had introduced its X Series devices, the Onyx model and the Ceramic model back this October as an inexpensive alternative to the company’s OnePlus 2 flagship. While the Onyx model is already on sale, the limited edition OnePlus X Ceramic will be on sale starting from today, 10th of December. The news was declared by the Manufacturer on Google Plus yesterday. That means the Chinese manufacturer will start sending invites to the customers who have already signed up for the device, starting from today. So if you are a Customer who has already signed for the device, then cross your fingers. You might get the invitation at any moment from OnePlus.
Now to brief you on the features, OnePlus X Ceramic boasts of a 5.0-inch HD AMOLED screen with Gorilla Glass 3 protection, is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor cloaked at 2.3 GHz, supports 3GB of RAM with 16GB built-in storage that can be further extended up to 128GB via a microSD card, packs a 13MP primary and 8Mp Secondary camera, runs on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS and a number of other features. the camera features include facee detection, autofocus, LED flash, and [email protected] video recording whereas the OS is based on the OxygenOS Custom ROM that is based on Android 5.1.1 lollipop.
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Well, we must tell you one thing here that this announcement is for the International market as the OnePlus X Ceramic is already on sale in India. In India, the handset was launched at the last part of November at a price tag of Rs. 22,999 ($345) in Amazon and still it’s on sale in the Carrier. Similarly, the OnePlus Onyx model is available at a price tag of Rs. 16,999 ($255) in Amazon. But there is no info how much the device will cost in the International Market. But it’s supposed that the device will similarly differ in cost than the standard model. However, it will be known once the handset goes on floor.
Besides, OnePlus is supposed to find some other ways using which the Customers also can put hands on the OnePlus X. But how? OnePlus advises the Customers to “stay tuned for more ways to get your hands on one [OnePlus X]”.