Looks like OnePlus fans will be getting a treat sooner than expected as OnePlus has announced in a press release that it will be showcasing its first 5G prototype smartphone at MWC 2019 (Mobile World Congress).
OnePlus has just unveiled the company’s newest flagship device, the OnePlus 6T, at its New York launch event named “Unlock the Speed” today.
On Friday, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus celebrated the success of making the world’s first 5G tweet, according to a Twitter post by Pete Lau, the company’s founder and CEO.
Pete Lau, the CEO and founder of OnePlus announced the release of the OnePlus 6 Red in the official OnePlus online community on July 2. Previously, OnePlus 6 was only available in Mirror Black, Midnight Black and Silk White.
OnePlus has sold out one million of its flagship OnePlus 6 within only 22 days of release. Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus, expressed his gratitude towards the OnePlus community, “we are touched by the trust that one million people have placed in us and are grateful for the loyalty they have displayed.”
Pete Lau shared the difficulties OnePlus has encountered in expanding abroad during the past four years and what the company has gained.
OnePlus recently unveiled the OnePlus 5T, its full-screen flagship, in China. The new phone, priced 2,999 yuan, offers better performance and cameras.
In a recent article authored by OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, it is confirmed that OnePlus 5T will reserve 3.5mm headphone jack.
The OnePlus 5 phone has been “sold out” for four months, according to the OnePlus website. That “sold out” notice could mean the company has been unable to keep up with demand. On the other hand, it might mean a new phone is on the way. Android Authority recently unveiled a rendering of the OnePlus…