OnePlus One has been launched online in India through Amazon at Rs 21,999 only.. just put your invite and make it yours

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India is emerging and with it all its markets, specially smartphone market. Smartphone manufacturers are now using Indian ecommerce companies as a platform for their Grand entry in the market. This time it is OnePlus which is out for sale on Amazonfor its latest handset 'One', but you must have an invite to buy this one. You will also receive upto 3 additional shareable invites in the next 3-6 weeks. (fusion!! surprise)

Lets see what it holds:

Company

OnePlus
Product One
Display 5.5-inch full HD (1920×1080 pixels)
Processor 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor
….Operating System…. Based on Android 4.4 with CyanogenMod ROM CM11s
RAM 3GB
Camera 13-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera
Storage  64GB internal storage
Other features 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Gyroscope, Light Sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor & Ambient light
Battery  3,100mAh 
Price Rs 21,999/- only

 

How will sale take place?

Like any other international online release, OnePlus is also strategizing on the simple concept of 'create a value for money handset, release the news in market, arrange some competition for customers and a demand will automatically be created.Amazon is asking for an special Invite and on basis of some random unknown algorithm nearly 20,000 lucky winners will be selected who will be eligible for the sale of 20,000 units of the first batch on Amazon India.

OnePlus-India-launch-event

'launch event of OnePlus One in New Delhi. Mr. Vikas Agarwal (general manager for OnePlus One, India) in center.'

OnePlus looks very serious about India:

But the company looks very serious for its market in India as company announced that India is also the only market outside their headquarters to have a local office and team it had tied up with HCL to offer after-sales service support.

Mr. Vikas Agarwal, General Manager OnePlus, India said:

“will establish the first OnePlus presence outside of headquarters and build a fully localized team to best serve and reach the Indian community.”

Also, OnePlus has set up 25 walk-in service centres in the country which means that it plans to go to offline retailing as well. 

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Shekhar Kumar

Digital Marketing Associate at FreeKaaMaal.com
Shekhar is working as Digital Marketing Associate at FreeKaaMaal. He is a MBA graduate who loves to write on interesting topics related to Tech and online Shopping . He is always up for dessert and an interesting conversation.

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