OnePlus has confirmed that it’s upcoming flagship OnePlus 6 smartphone will be launched globally on May 16 and the next day in India. The company will be live streaming the event on its official website, YouTube and via its various social media channels Facebook and Twitter as well. Those who are interested in attending the event instead of watching the live stream can do so by buying the tickets for the launch event, which will take place in Mumbai. The device will be available exclusively via Amazon and the online retailer has already made the Notify me page live. Their Prime customers will also get an added advantage of buying the smartphone by accessing the sale ahead of time at 12:00 PM IST on May 21, 2018.
Coming to the specifics of how to attend the live event, one needs to currently sign-up for buying the tickets here, after checking if the launch event invitation letter can be sent via mail post for the selected pin-code. The actual sale of launch event tickets will commence at 10 AM IST on 8th May 2018 and it is priced at Rs 999. It should be noted that the physical tickets are needed for getting access to the venue and a user will get reserved seating, early hands-on experience with the oneplus 6Where to buy 34999 39999, get a goodie bag which includes a OnePlus Tote bag, baseball cap, a OnePlus Marvel Avengers limited edition Shirt, a OnePlus Voucher worth Rs 999 and some more exclusive goodies.
In case you are wondering, launch ticket vouchers will not be available at the venue and can only be purchased from OnePlus.in. Those who successfully purchase the tickets will need to check-in between 13:00 PM - 14:30 PM, arrive 30 minutes before the event commences and carry their photo-ID proof with them. Users attending the event will also get to use the oneplus 6Where to buy 34999 39999. You can read the detailed terms and conditions here.
The next OnePlus smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. It will come with a notch on top of its display, which has been confirmed by the company, and the device will feature a compatibility mode for hiding the notch when it’s in landscape mode. After testing the feature with over 1000 top apps on the Play Store, OnePlus says that it works “flawlessly”. The handset will come with the 3.5mm audio jack and as per the company’s teasers, it could feature gestures similar to the iPhone X, allowing users to swipe up from the middle and hold for multitasking, swipe up from the left to go back a screen and more. It could also be IP67 or IP68 rated waterproof or splash-proof, which is a first for the brand.
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