Overcart.com: OnePlus X priced at a starting Rs 12,799 in flash sale; starts on 15th Feb
Overcart.com has started sign-ups for the most popular smartphone in the series, the OnePlus X priced at Rs 12,799 - recently launched OnePlus X is now available in refurbished and unboxed condition. Unlike previous models, the OnePlus X also supports expandable storage up to 128GB.
Overcart.com will host a flash sale of 16GB, dual-sim smartphone OnePlus X on 15th February, Monday at 2 pm onwards until the stock lasts. The registrations for the sale are now live. Buyers can register in advance to receive updates leading up to the sale.
The OnePlus X smartphone comes with a 13 megapixel primary camera with advanced sensors that add unmatched depth and enhances your overall picture experience.
The OnePlus X is equipped with a 64 – bit Qualcomm© Snapdragon™ 801 processor with Oxygen OS based on Android 5.1 which makes it a complete performance powerhouse.
The OnePlus X also has a stylish 5 inch display which offers full HD resolution and improves the customers viewing ability in sunlight. Devices are available with 6 months of manufacturer warranty
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