The next OnePlus launch date has officially been moved to October 29, a day earlier than the company originally announced, proving it's hard to compete with Apple.
Moroever, the OnePlus 6T is already up for pre-ordering on Amazon.in. So OnePlus did the best it could do when dealt with a bad hand - it moved the event up by one day, to October 29. Lau stated that he and his team came to this decision after lengthy discussions with their press contacts and other interested bodies. Those who purchased a ticket to the event will be able to apply for a refund as well as OnePlus covering any costs such as flight changes so that fans can make the event. The OnePlus 6T launch event is completely sold out with over 1,000 attendees so far.
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If we find out anything new before the October 30 launch, we'll keep you posted.
Apple revealed news of its event late last night with the USA technology firm sending out invites to media with the words, "There's more in the making". The company's co-founder did also mention that the OnePlus 6T will go on sale in China on November 5, while it will become available globally on November 6.
Late last month, Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus rolled out Android Pie update for OnePlus 6 that was launched back in May this year. Buyers who pre-book the phone on Amazon, will also be get OnePlus Type-C Bullets Earphone and INR 500 cashback in the form of Amazon Pay balance. For one, it will join a short list of devices that are built with in-display fingerprint scanners. The device will run on Snapdragon 845, could be powered by a 3,700 mAh battery and will ditch the 3.5mm audio jack. Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below. OnePlus, however, doesn't really have the benefit of not caring about competing launch events, so it's made a decision to change the date for its own.