After the success of One plus 1 and One plus 2, the company launched their third phone One plus X. A little cheaper than One Plus 2, the phone hit the market back in November 2015. Continuing with its Android OS, its version is 5.1.1 (lollipop). With a 5 inch screen and 1080×1920 resolutions, you are bound to enjoy a very rich experience. The internal memory available is only 16 GB and you can expand it via a memory card upto 256 GB. Something to note here is that the otherwise dual sim One Plus X, stops functioning as a dual sim phone, once a memory card is inserted. Yes, you can either put another sim in the phone or a memory card.
The body of the phone, which we found to be a little heavy (160g), is otherwise sleek with a glassy back body that even reflects your face off it. One Plus X comes with a primary camera, 13 MP and LED flash, which sounds great but turns out to be a little disappointing in practice. Besides, you can never turn on the flash and camera for photography (not videoing) at the same time, which we believe is another glitch. The secondary camera, 8MP though is fairly good and much better when it comes to taking selfies.
With a non-removable Li-Po 2525 mAh battery, a one plus X will never ditch you with power. All in all, and in very brief, we give the phone a 6/10 which is a good phone to buy that fits your budget.