OnePlus 5 to launch in India today: All you need to know
OnePlus 5 smartphone is here. The latest flagship smartphone from Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus was unveiled globally at an event on June 20. The smartphone which has been keeping the rumour mills whirling for months has already gone on sale in the US and European markets. OnePlus 5’s sale will start on June 27 in many markets across the world
The company will launch OnePlus 5 in India at an event in Mumbai today. Here’s all you need to know about the smartphone and its India launch.
What time it will launch
OnePlus 5 will launch in India on June 22. The company is holding an event in Mumbai at 2pm for the same.
What time it will go on sale
The smartphone will be exclusively available on Amazon India’s website from 4.30 pm today (June 22nd). The smartphone may also be available on OnePlus’ store.
What will be the India price of OnePlus 5
Though the company has officially not revealed the price of OnePlus 5 smartphone, according to previous leaks the smartphone will be priced at Rs 32,999 for the 6GB RAM/64GB storage variant and Rs 37,999 for the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model.
Will it be available in offline stores
OnePlus India has not revealed if the smartphone will be available for sale offline. However, it is sure to be available at the company’s ‘Experience Store’ in Bengaluru for users to be able to get a feel of the smartphone.
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