OnePlus X will be killed-off according to CEO Pete Lau


Yesterday, OnePlus unveiled their next flagship smartphone iteration in the OnePlus 3. This may have left you wondering about the OnePlus X’s availability. According to a new report, the OnePlus X will be no more.

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau spoke with Engadget on the availability of the OnePlus X now that the OnePlus 3 is here. Lau said that the company is focused on selling just one flagship. According to Lau, eliminating the OnePlus X will strengthen sales of the OnePlus 3, which is what matters most for OnePlus right now.


With that said, OnePlus plans to kill-off the OnePlus X to focus all its marketing on just one device. We’d be shocked if OnePlus launches a successor to the OnePlus X now that there’s a new strategy. Another main focus of OnePlus will be the continued aim at keeping the price-tag budget-friendly.

The OnePlus 3 can be purchased invite-free now on the company’s website. Pricing goes for $399 for the graphite color option. Gold is not yet available. Grab it here and get it shipped for free.

Source: Engadget

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