The company has confirmed that the smartphone has crossed 1 million units sale mark in just 22 days of its launch. Two lucky customers purchasing the smartphones can win a OnePlus 6 during the offer season. Now, the 6 has broken records yet again, becoming the fastest selling smartphone in the company's history.
OnePlus believes the company's "one flagship a year" strategy helped them achieve such great numbers for the OnePlus 6 in such a short span of time. During the course of these 12 days, OnePlus will be offering a Rs 2,000 cashback to users who're purchasing the OnePlus 6 through Citibank Debit/Credit cards with no cost EMI for three months. When trading old devices to OnePlus 6, India customers will also receive up to INR 1500 off. The unique OnePlus referral program on Amazon.in will allow customers to receive an extended warranty of 3 months by referring a friend.
In order to celebrate its achievement, OnePlus has launched a new offer called "Community Celebration Season". OnePlus 6 was launched globally on May 16 at an event in London.
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Besides these prizes, OnePlus will also offer free upgrades of software flashing and diagnosis. The dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone runs Android 8.1 Oreo-based OxygenOS 5.1, upgradable to Android P, and features a 6.28-inch full-HD+ (1080x2280) Full Optic AMOLED display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. Also, the phone's variant "Silk White" was sold out within hours since the release.
Termed as the ultimate "flagship killer", the device comes in 6GB RAM/64GB storage, 8GB RAM/128GB storage and a special limited Marvel Avengers Limited Edition, version which comes with 8GB RAM and a massive 256 storage option.
The Chinese brand, whose overseas sales are more than double those in its domestic market, is seeking to gain recognition among Silicon Valley "techies" for producing "one of the best phones available in the market", said OnePlus founder Pete Lau in an interview with the South China Morning Post last month.