Being able to buy devices is probably the most important part of the whole show, so for anyone who has been wanting more ways to buy a OnePlus-branded smartphone, Amazon may be just what you were waiting for.
The OnePlus X and OnePlus 2 have been available for a bit of time now, but for anyone that has been waiting to buy one, and didn’t want to drop hundreds of dollars at once, the time to buy might have finally arrived.
The OnePlus 2 sold better than the OnePlus, and right now the company says it has 800,000 current users in its online forum, so obviously they’re working on something new.
In an emailed statement, OnePlus has revealed to TechRadar that the company will stop selling the 16GB variant of the OnePlus 2 in North America and Europe. The company says that there is a much higher interest among consumers in these regions in the 64GB variant of the OnePlus 2, so it makes little sense for the company to sell the 16GB variant of the handset there.
To celebrate the New Year and the Republic Day in India, OnePlus has announced hefty discounts for all its products in the country. This will be the first time in its history that OnePlus will be giving some kind of discount on its smartphones in India.
At the tail-end of October, OnePlus officially unveiled the OnePlus X, a device with notable specs and a low price tag.
OnePlus today announced that its mid-range handset, the OnePlus X, will go on sale in India without any invite through Amazon India tomorrow.
OnePlus has an interesting system to sell phones, based around an invite system that funnels in orders for the company’s flagship device.