OnePlus 5T to hit markets tomorrow

The device was unveiled simultaneously in India along with the rest of the world on November 16 and in a short period, it has already received overwhelming responses.

Published: 28th November 2017 12:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th November 2017 12:17 PM   |  A+A-

OnePlus 5T (Twitter/techCrunch)

By PTI

CHANDIGARH: Chinese handset company OnePlus today said its latest premium flagship device 'OnePlus 5T' will go on open sale starting tomorrow.

"We are happy to announce that OnePlus 5T will go live for open sale, starting November 28, across all channels which include Amazon.in and oneplusstore.in," said Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India, here.

The device was unveiled simultaneously in India along with the rest of the world on November 16 and in a short period, it has already received overwhelming response from tech experts and consumers across the globe, he said.

Agarwal said, "The OnePlus 5T is our way of giving our community the latest and greatest technology, in form of a premium flagship smartphone. Chandigarh is one of the key markets for OnePlus in India.

"There is a growing new segment of young students and tech savvy users who are upgrading to premium smartphone experience. This is the segment that we appeal to, owing to our focus on bringing the best technology and we expect OnePlus to be the brand of choice, in the premium smartphone segment for them."

Available at a starting price of Rs 32,999, the OnePlus 5T sports an full optic AMOLED display, powerful dual camera optimized for low light performance and one of the fastest facial recognition technologies on the market, he said.

 

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