Mystery OnePlus E1005 shows up at the FCC


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A mystery OnePlus phone known simply as the OnePlus E1005 has just been spotted over on the FCC website.

So we have heard quite a lot about a new budget or mini OnePlus phone for a few months now, and finally we might have just caught a glimpse of it courtesy of the FCC. The phone seen here is the OnePlus E1005 and measure in at 5.5 x 2.2 x 0.27 inches, or 139 x 55.8 x 6.9 mm, so the smallest and thinnest OnePlus phone to date.

The FCC details also confirms a processor running a 1.9Ghz, and support LTE bands 1,2,4,5,7,8, while the image of the phone shows a 2.5D glass rear panel, alloy chassis, dual speakers and USB Type C.

We could possibly see this new OnePlus phone launch on the 12th October and be available for sale by the end of the year. As for a name? Well the OnePlus X or OnePlus Mini sound like the front runners for now.

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8 Comments

  1. yalok
    October 9, 2015

    On the photo the width is about 67mm. The width of 56mm would be of a 4″ phone.
    Most probably it’s 5″ or less.
    Looks like an iphone 5, sans the audio jack at the bottom.

  2. Big O
    October 9, 2015

    This phone was supposed to be more about design than performance? Looks more or less like your run off the mill China phone honestly. Still looking forward to learning a bit more about this on the 12th. Good to see it has US LTE support.

  3. Poison
    October 9, 2015

    These guys are ridiculous, a new phone that they can t sell…

    • King
      October 9, 2015

      Well, if they position it right in India (let’s say), it may sell well. Most people in India want a dual sim phone with a good camera on it. If 1+ gets it right, a 5″ phone with dual sim, nice camera under 190$ could sell. not many care for the processor here.

  4. Disappointed Savage
    October 9, 2015

    It’s a iphone 4….

  5. Guaire
    October 9, 2015

    140 x 69 x 6.9 mm
    139 g
    5V 2A charger output.

    • Max
      October 10, 2015

      the width sounds more realistic here…

  6. RRRobert
    October 11, 2015

    No support for the B20 band. Bummer.