OnePlus X Hardware Specs Revealed By Official Tenaa Listing

A couple of days ago, several hands-on photos showcasing the fabled OnePlus X emerged from TENAA, hinting that a nearly-full list of hardware specifications should be published soon.

Sure enough, today the OnePlus X entry in the TENAA database revealed almost all there is to know regarding the device’s internal components, from display properties to processing power and RAM.

The terminal is equipped with a 4.99-inch OLED display sporting a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and appears to be powered by a Snapdragon 801 SoC operating at lower frequencies than usual.

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OnePlus X Hardware Specs Revealed

First things first, the OnePlus smartphone spotted in TENAA’s database is identified by the model number “ONE E1001”. Whether the device will be commercialized as the “OnePlus Mini” or the “OnePlus X” remains to be seen, but recently the Chinese smartphone maker began teasing the letter “X” along with an unveiling event that will take place on October 29, so for now we’ll be referring to the device as the OnePlus X.

Back to the topic at hand, according to TENAA, the X will be powered by a quad-core processor clocked at frequencies of up to 2.0 GHz. It could be the rumored Snapdragon 801, but if it is, the unit runs at inexplicably lower clock speeds than usual (the least powerful SD 801 model -8974-AA -has a frequency of up to 2.26 GHz per core). In any case, the CPU works alongside 3 GB of RAM, which is quite generous.

Furthermore, users will have 16 GB of storage at their disposal (expandable via microSD by up to an additional 128 GB), and photography enthusiasts will rely on a 13 MP primary shooter with 1080p video recording capabilities, as well as a front-facing unit with a whopping resolution of 8 MP.

Last but certainly not least, the components are wrapped in a rather thin shell measuring 140 x 69 x 6.9 mm. The smartphone weighs 138 grams, and as you would expect, it runs Android 5.1.1 out of the box.

Any thoughts on how the OnePlus X shapes up so far? Let us know in the comment section and stay tuned for more.