OnePlus Slashes Prices of the OnePlus X, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus One, How Does the OnePlus X Stack Up Against the Galaxy S7? Let’s See

OnePlus 3 will be releasing soon. You can either save up for this device or simply stick to your budget and grab hold of the OnePlus X or the OnePlus 2. OnePlus dropped the prices of all three of its devices, the OnePlus One, OnePlus Two and X.

OnePlus 2 64GB was available for a price of $349 in February but currently, the price has gone down to 299.99 dollars. The 64GB OnePlus One variant has been reduced to $249.

This is a 100 dollars lesser than what it was, a year ago. Keep in mind that this device has been sold out. The OnePlus X is available at the cheapest price of $199.

You can only purchase the Onyx variant since the Champagne one is no longer available. Meanwhile, OnePlus 2 is currently getting a community build of Android Marshmallow but it is still in the beta phase.

You can definitely expect support for a little while longer but don’t expect it to be blazing fast. OnePlus 3 will be launching in space but we have no idea whether the situation will be any different. OnePlus devices are called flagship killers and getting one of them will undoubtedly be a good deal.

Samsung Galaxy S7 was recently released and now the OnePlus X goes up against it. We all know that Samsung Galaxy S7 comes at a higher price but is it worth it?

The two devices have a price difference of 400 dollars. In terms of size, the OnePlus X and Galaxy S7 are quite close but the latter is slightly bigger and weighs 14 grams heavier.

The display sizes are quite similar with OnePlus X sporting a 5-inch screen and the Galaxy S7, featuring a slight larger 5.1inch screen. Both of these devices have Super AMOLED displays but with different resolution figures.

OnePlus X might have a greater 13-megapixel camera compared to the 12-megapixel rear shooter on the Galaxy S7 but the camera in the latter is much more advanced. Both these devices have non-removable batteries but the Galaxy S7 makes use of fast-charging.

In the beginning, OnePlus X was considered to be an entry-mid level device. OnePlus was basically targeting the $250 category and the device offers great value for its price, for an entry-level handset.

It features a well-performing FHD AMOLED display, a good camera but no NFC. It runs on 3GB of RAM. The device has an overall premium look and feel, with amazing build quality. At $250, OnePlus X is worth every penny.

The OnePlus X has a Full-HD Super AMOLED display with 1920×1080 pixels display resolution and 441ppi pixel density. It uses a 32-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz. In terms of RAM and memory, it has 3GB of DDR3 RAM and 16GB of internal storage – but uses a microSD card slot for expansion up to 128Gigabytes.

The 13-megapixel camera in the OnePlus X uses features like phase detection autofocus (PDAF), an aperture of f/2.2, and an LED flash. It has an 8MP front-facing camera (FFC) with a f/2.4 aperture for selfies and video chatting.

The device gets its juice from a 2525mAh non-removable battery. It runs on OxygenOS 2.2.1 over Android Lollipop 5.1.1 but the device is expected to receive Android Marshmallow soon. The LTE band on the OnePlus X complies with AT&T and T-Mobile bands.

Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with ‘always-on’ feature and a QHD resolution with 577 PPI pixel density.