OnePlus X picks up new Champagne Gold (white) color option, with sales coming later this month

The new OnePlus X may represent one hell of a smartphone value, hooking users up with a more than capable mid-ranger for a scant $250 – while looking quite a bit fancier than that low price tag might let on. Of course, when we’re dealing with a phone this affordable, that also means making some sacrifices, and for users who like a lot of custom hardware options, the OnePlus X hasn’t had much to offer. Sure, there’s been the standard Onyx edition, with its glass back and metal frame, as well as special ceramic model, but that one’s both quite a bit more expensive (to the tune of 100 EUR) and not available in key markets like the US. Luckily for OnePlus fans craving some more variety, there’s a new OnePlus X option on the way, as the company gets ready to start global sales of the phone in Champagne Gold.

Technically, the new Champagne Gold OnePlus X has already been available, but with the option only being sold to Chinese users, it was pretty tricky to get your hands on one.

Beginning next Tuesday, December 22, the new OnePlus X – which we might as well the white option – goes up for sale in markets like the EU and US. Pricing will be right in line with the existing black option, leaving you free to decide which color’s right for you.

Keep in mind, though, that OnePlus X sales continue to be invite-only for the time being. But once a week, that invite requirement temporarily vanishes, leaving you free to make your purchase. And wouldn’t you know it, but that next no-invite day is next Tuesday – the same day our new color option arrives.

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Source: 9to5 Google

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