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OnePlus X gets certified by TENAA, likely to go official soon


After getting certified by the US FCC, the upcoming OnePlus X has now been certified by the China’s TENAA.

The TENAA listing actually gives us our first look at the smartphone. So far we’ve only been hearing rumors about the design focus, but no leaked picture of the smartphone had surfaced online. From the TENAA images, it appears the OnePlus X will indeed be quite different from the OnePlus 2 as far as the design goes. It also looks like the smartphone could feature a glass back with a metal frame, although we will have to wait for the official announcement to be really sure.

Unfortunately, specs of the device still remain a mystery as the TENAA listing doesn’t reveal much. The device is listed to feature a 4.99-inch touchscreen and a 2,450mAh capacity battery. Dimensions of the smartphone are listed to be 140 x 68 x 6.9mm.

With the device now certified by the US FCC and China’s TENAA, we can expect it to go official soon.

Source: TENAA

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