Optus X Play: Plans | Pricing | Specs

Optus X Play

Optus X Play
  • Display

    4 inches

    800 x 480

  • Storage


  • Battery size

    1,500 mAh

Buy at Target

The 3G-only Optus X Play provides basic smartphone functionality at a budget price point.

The Optus X Play foregoes fancy features and cutting-edge power in favour of a simple, stripped-back design that delivers basic smartphone functionality at an attractive price point. This makes it well-suited to first-time phone users and those who only need a device for making and receiving calls and texts.


  • A basic but functional design that serves its purpose.
  • No 4G connectivity means Internet speeds are on the slow side.


  • 2MP camera is sufficient for very basic photography, though not much more.


  • Low-power hardware should handle basic tasks, albeit at its own pace.
  • 512MB of RAM does not lend itself well to smooth multi-tasking.


  • Up to eight hours of talk time or up to 530 hours on standby, according to Optus.

Pricing and availability

Optus X Play

Bringing the smartphone back to basics

The Optus X Play is an affordable and accessible smartphone for folks who don't need all the bells and whistles.


  • You can buy the Optus X Play for $59 from Optus directly or through retailers like Target, Big W and Officeworks.

Optus X Play specs

OS Android 6
Display size (inches) 4
Display resolution (pixels) 800 x 480
Pixels per inch (PPI) 233
Processor MT6580M
Height (mm) 121.3
Width (mm) 64.4
Depth (mm) 9.7
Weight (g) 110
Battery size (mAh) 1,500
Wireless charging No
Internal storage 4GB
MicroSD expansion 32GB
Fingerprint scanner No
Water resistance N/A
Rear camera (1) resolution 2
Rear camera (1) aperture N/A
Rear camera (2) resolution
Rear camera (2) aperture
Rear camera (3) resolution
Rear camera (3) aperture
Front camera (1) resolution 0.3
Front camera (1) aperture N/A
Front camera (2) resolution
Front camera (2) aperture
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Network category speed N/A
NFC support No

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