OnePlus kept us on tenterhooks and most of the people thought that they would be pulling the wraps from the OnePlus X/Mini at an event yesterday. Instead the event was about OnePlus joining the Make In India bandwagon. The phone has now made it through TENAA certification alongside a bunch of leaked specifications.
The image from TENAA, which was apparently posted on Chinese social network Weibo, shows off the phone in full glory and the images are pretty much in line with the ones from FCC. The OnePlus Mini/X comes with a 2.5D glass covering the front and a metal strip running across the periphery of the device. The listing further points at a dimension of 140 x 69 x 6.9mm and will be equipped with a 5-inch display and the phone will be backed up by a 2,450 mAh battery pack.
The other highlights of the phone include ClearForce which apparently is something very similar to Apple’s Force Touch and it also uses the Synaptics S3708 touchscreen controller. It seems that OnePlus has taken care of the audio with a 1.2w stereo speaker and on the imaging front it comes with a 13-Megapixel snapper which will come with an Electronic Image Stabilization.
The list of new features continues with NFC, IR Blaster and swappable back covers. If we go by the rumors, the Mini/X will be powered by an Octa-Core MediaTek Helio X10 SoC but the chances that OnePlus might opt for a Snapdragon chipset cannot be ruled out, yet. The OnePlus Mini/X is speculated to be released by the end of November and will be priced at around $250.