Remember that mysterious OnePlus smartphone that the FCC leaked last week? Well it’s back today, but this time it’s China’s TENAA agency that’s doing the leaking.
TENAA has posted a few images of an unannounced OnePlus smartphone — TENAA calls it the “One E1001” — that looks largely similar to the one leaked by the FCC last week. It’s got the same off-center rear camera, the same rear OnePlus logo, and the same switch on its left side. These photos also give us a better look at the phone’s face, on which we can faintly see what looks to be capacitive Back, Home, and Recent Apps buttons.
In addition to these images, the TENAA listing named a few of the specs of this OnePlus “One E1001.” Those include a 5-inch display, a 2450mAh battery, and measurements of 140.0 x 69.0 x 6.9mm. Last week, the FCC said that this phone packs a 1.9GHz processor, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, LTE, and FM radios.
It’s still unclear exactly what this OnePlus device is, but it could be the affordable device that OnePlus CEO Pete Lau briefly mentioned earlier this year. Lau didn’t say much else about the phone at the time, but the smallish screen and battery that this leaked phone have suggest that it’ll be a more affordable handset. Perhaps this is the OnePlus mini/OnePlus X that’s been rumored lately?