OnePlus X/Mini goes through TENAA, comes out with specs and pics

We’ve been hitting the regulators pretty heavy for some device details during this stretch of the day. In addition to ZTE and Samsung, you can now add OnePlus’s latest device onto the queue at the Telecommunication Equipment’s Network Access Managements certification pile.

The aesthetics of the “ONE E1001” (final name pending, but likely to be the OnePlus X) have definitely branched off from OnePlus’s two previous phones. The edge-job in particular looks similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3‘s siderails. But beyond the pictures are the numbers:

Component Description
Screen size 4.99 inches
Screen type OLED
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Pixel density 441 ppi
Processor type Quad-core
Processor speed 2.0GHz
RAM 3GB
Storage 16GB (microSD expandable)
Camera 13-megapixel rear / 8-megapixel front
Battery 2450mAh
Connectivity Dual-SIM
Sensors Gravity /  proximity / ambient light
Size 140 x 69 x 6.9 mm at 138g

One Weibo commenter said that this device has some strong Oppo vibes. Let’s not go through that whole deal again.

Source: TENAA
Via: Weibo, Phandroid

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