Overcart, the leading sellers of overstocked, refurbished and opened phones has now started the signups for the OnePlus X smartphones. Refurbished and unboxed OnePlus X will be available on Overcart for Rs 12,799 and the sale will be fired up on 15th of February at 2PM. If you are interested in buying the OnePlus X, all you have to do is register here and wait for the sale to start.

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As of now, the Black Onyx and the Champagne colored variants are selling at Amazon.in for Rs 16,999 whereas the Ceramic is selling for a higher Rs 22,999 price tag. OnePlus X was introduced in October last year and was poised at diversifying the OnePlus line-up. Things seems to have gone tough for OnePlus as they have been trying to push the sales aggressively which includes randomly sending invites for the phone and eventually making the phones invite free.

The foray of new Chinese brands has proven to be an headache for OnePlus. Although the company doesn’t publish the official sales figure, OnePlus still seems to have missed the 1-Million sales mark in India in 2015.

Nevertheless, OnePlus X is still a great buy at this price (our impressions) and it does come powered with the Snapdragon 801 paired with a 2GB of RAM. The phone will run on Oxygen OS, which is essentially a barebones Android Lollipop 5.1 with a few new inclusions here and there. On the storage front the OnePlus X offers 16GB of internal storage plus a memory card slot that can accommodate 128GB. The display shapes up in the form of a 5-inch FHD unit and the phone comes backed with a 2,525mAh battery pack.

The products sold by Overcart usually come baked with a manufacturer warranty, however we would suggest you to take a look at the T&C for the handset before going ahead with the purchase. If you are not able to make up your mind on the OnePlus X, our review might come in handy.


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Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. Also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and the non-edible silicon chips.