OnePlus to Hold Pop-Ups in Nine Cities Across India on November 2

By October 23rd, 2018 AT 6:05 PM

As always, OnePlus today announced that it would hold pop-ups in nine cities across 12 locations in the country on November 2, 2018. At the pop-ups, users can experience and purchase the company’s upcoming handset, OnePlus 6T which is set to make its debut in India on October 30. OnePlus conducts pop-up events after each launch for users to come together and experience their new flagship for the first time. Furthermore, at these pop-ups, OnePlus engages with its users to know about their latest product. This time around, OnePlus will be holding pop-ups in nine cities across the country.


OnePlus 6T Pop-Ups: Which Cities is OnePlus Coming?

For the OnePlus 6T, the company is holding pop-ups in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Jaipur. Across these nine cities, OnePlus will host 12 pop-ups on November 2, 2018 starting 11 AM. In addition, early-bird attendees at the pop-ups will receive several exclusive OnePlus goodies including OnePlus 6T phone covers and bumpers, OnePlus Sketchbook, OnePlus ‘Never Settle’ T-shirts and OnePlus tote bags. At the pop-ups, users can purchase the OnePlus 6T and even experience it. Do make a note that OnePlus is yet to reveal the price of the smartphone.

In India, the OnePlus 6T pop-ups will land from 11 AM to 10 PM IST on November 2 in 12 locations across nine cities. Globally, these pop-ups will be held in Europe, North America, India and China in premium locations across 32 key cities in total.

OnePlus Announces Partnership With Reliance Digital

Earlier today, OnePlus established a strategic partnership with Reliance Digital to sell the OnePlus 6T in offline stores. For the unaware, OnePlus smartphones are mostly limited to online store Amazon India, but the company is looking to establish a strong foothold in the offline market. Earlier, it partnered with Croma and now it has partnered with Reliance Digital to sell the OnePlus 6T. Reliance Digital is the fastest growing consumer electronics chain in the country.

OnePlus 6T: Launch Offers and Pre-Order Details

OnePlus also stated that users would get attractive cashbacks on credit & debit card transactions at the pop-up stores, and they can even avail no cost EMI for three months. OnePlus will also be providing free damage protection for 12 months from Kotak Servify. In other news, the OnePlus 6T is already available for pre-order on Amazon India, while the first sale will start on November 2.

Customers who pre-book the device on Amazon India by buying an e-Gift Card worth Rs 1,000 will receive a OnePlus Type-C Bullets earphones for free, along with additional Rs 500 cashback in the form of Amazon Pay Balance.

OnePlus 6T: What We Know So Far

The OnePlus 6T will have the in-display fingerprint scanner and it will be the first phone to deliver this technology for masses. The phone will pack a teardrop notch, dual rear cameras and will run Android 9 Pie out of the box. OnePlus will be removing the 3.5mm headphone jack from this handset, instead, it’s bumping the battery to 3700mAh.

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