The OnePlus Mini or the OnePlus X (we’re talking about the smartphone, not the wearable that’s rumoured to accompany the phone) is all set to see a launch before the end of this month. We’ve also seen a lot of the phone already, but what’s left (something that’s of utter importance) is the pricing.
Here we’d like to ask you what you would be happy to pay for the OnePlus Mini or the OnePlus X. There’s a couple schools of thought about the phone: it’ll either be a 2GB or 3GB RAM phone, and it’ll either have a MediaTek MT6795 Helio X10 or the Snapdragon 801.
Both SoCs are fairly comparable, but 2GB/3GB RAM is certainly something to watch out for. What is certain though, is that OnePlus don’t seem to be in the mood to make a 2020 flagship killer this time, but rather a device that will do what its made to do.
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OnePlus have, in their short tenure on the market, been aggressive with the pricing. The OnePlus One back in 2014 for $299 was nothing short of a revelation; the OnePlus 2, this time round, at a starting price of $329 was more digestible but still, a bargain for what it cost.
With phones such as the Letv Le 1 getting cheaper, Redmi Note 2’s knocking the door, and Meizu upping its game, OnePlus will have had to put some serious thought in the making of the OnePlus Mini/X.
So, today, tell us what you’d be happy to pay for the OnePlus Mini / OnePlus X. Chances are that the phone be priced $199; regardless, we’re interested in knowing what’s in your mind about the phone.