OnePlus2 Reaches The Milestone Of One Million Invites

Posted: Jul 31 2015, 12:40pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News


OnePlus2 reaches the milestone of One million invites

The Flagship killer just got past One Million invites

The list for the requests for OnePlus2 is growing rapidly. Just recently we came to know that more than 750,000 people had asked for an invitation for OnePlus2.

If your name is on the list that does not mean that you will be able to get the phone. Invites will at first go out to challenge victors on different OnePlus forums.

Any leftover stock will be sold through invites to those who have enrolled. OnePlus now has more than 1 million welcome requests only after the initial 72 hours from the phone's release.

Why not? OnePlus calls its the 2016 flagship killer. The 16GB model will be available with the price of $329 and the 64GB version will be offered at $389.

Thus, OnePlus2 is not heavily priced which is a plus point. A year ago, invites were difficult to get when the OnePlus One released.

This year, OnePlus has guaranteed up to 50 times more invitations. They will be available when the spin-off releases on August 11th in the United States, Canada, India, European Union, and China.

More than one million OnePlus One units were sold last year. OnePlus2 is now well ahead of its forerunner at the same stage in their lives.

The testament that the waiting list has exceeded the one million mark is here.

OnePlus says: “In comparison, the original OnePlus device has sold over 1.5 million units to date, an extraordinary testament to the growth of the brand since its founding December 2013.Following the global success of last year's OnePlus One, the launch of the OnePlus2 reaffirms the brand's commitment to the highest level of craftsmanship in the industry today.”

Motorola has recently come up with its Moto X Style and Moto X Play which are priced well along with the flagship specs.

OnePlus is marketing its phone as a flagship killer but it might not be the case this time when Xiaomi, Meizu, Huawei and Motorola are already busy killing the flagship phones.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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