OnePlus has managed to strike gold with the OnePlus 6. While the company has been consistently churning out great smartphones since the last two years, the OnePlus 6 has truly turned out to be a massive hit for the company selling 1 million units in just 22 days. To keep consumer interest alive in the phone and to ensure it continues to catch the media attention, OnePlus is also releasing new color variants of the device.
OnePlus today announced a new red color variant of the OnePlus 6. The rear of the phone has a shimmery, glossy red finish with silver accents. It will be sold in India, Europe, and North America.
The OnePlus 6 has turned out to be a huge hit for OnePlus selling 1 million units in just 22 days of its launch. While previous OnePlus phones were also good, the OnePlus 6 manages to set the bar even higher with its stunning design, great camera, and display. What’s impressive is that OnePlus has truly managed to include some flagship features on its flagship killer this time around.
OnePlus Software Maintenance Schedule Outlines Two Years of Software Updates, Three Years of Security Patches
OnePlus has made a decision to put software at the forefront of its efforts with its smartphones, and, as a result, has outlined how it plans on improving the update process for its devices out in the wild.
Less than two weeks after Google released the second beta of Android P, OnePlus has also gone ahead and released the second Developer Preview of Android P for the OnePlus 6. Apart from the usual bug fixes and enhancements made by Google as a part of Android P, OnePlus has also added some of their own OxygenOS features to the build.
Less than a month after its release, OnePlus has managed to sell over 1 million units of the OnePlus 6. More precisely, the company took only 22 days to sell 1 million units of its latest handset.
OnePlus has managed to carve a name for itself for consistently rolling out some great mid-range devices. Initially, the company surprised everyone by releasing devices which offered an incredible value for money. However, over the years, despite a continuous increase in the price of their phones, OnePlus has continued to meet with success. The company recently launched the OnePlus 6 which has already been reviewed by us.
Conventional wisdom says that smartphones in 2018 are little more than glass slabs with similar features and, while the discerning enthusiast knows that this is not true (there are plenty of differentiators), the new OnePlus 6 is a great example of a ubiquitous ‘slab’ with little real character or star quality. Other than value, since it retains the OnePlus tradition of offering flagship chipsets at a relatively affordable price.
The OnePlus 6 was unveiled by OnePlus earlier this month and went on sale in India and other major markets of the world last month.
When OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 6 in London last week, it did not mention anything about Dash Charging. This was surprising since Dash Charging was one of the most highlighted features of previous OnePlus phones and even the OnePlus 6 comes with the same charging technology.