OnePlus Says the OnePlus 3 Won't Require Invites
OnePlus is on the verge of announcing the OnePlus 3, its third-generation smartphone. The company plans to reveal the phone in full during a virtual event scheduled for June 14. OnePlus says the phone will be shown in a virtual reality space called The Loop (app download required). Consumers interested in the OnePlus 3 will be able to buy it directly from OnePlus on the day of its announcement — no invitations required. OnePlus has long relied on invitations to manage supply and demand. The company said it is confident it can meet demand for the OnePlus 3 without invitations. The June 14 event starts at 12:30pm Eastern Time, with online sales at OnePlus.net following at 3:00pm. OnePlus didn't provide any details about the phone itself.
Review: OnePlus 3
The OnePlus 3 boasts top-level specs and performance, but is more affordable than you might think. Those interested in exploring the unlocked Android market will find a lot to like in the OnePlus 3.
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Motorola and ASUS gotta be putting the pinch on OnePlus at this point with immediate availability and tons of customization options.