OnePlus Opens Up 3000 OnePlus 2 Invites in India
OnePlus, a subsidiary company of Oppo Electronics, has first made its break when it released the One. It was a game changer during its time -- equipped with a top of the line specifications to battle the likes of other Android flagships from Samsung, LG and HTC. While it did come in a very appealing price tag, getting one proved to be more than difficult as OnePlus made it as an invite-exclusive system. Now that OnePlus has recently released the successor to the One, they are still going with the same invite-exclusive system, albeit in a more lenient fashion this time around.
OnePlus has opened a massive 3,000 unit invites in India for users in the country who want to get the Chinese manufacturer's latest flagship, the OnePlus 2. Through OnePlus' official forum, the company stated that they will be rolling out the invites for interested users that will participate in different activities such as quizzes, puzzles, trivia, and more. The competition has already started as of Tuesday, Sept. 22 with another one transpiring the day after.
OnePlus will also be limiting entries to one per person as part of the contest, where the prizes will be awarded to winners on a first come, first served basis. Participants can only enter an activity once, but everyone can join in as many contests as possible to increase the chances of winning an invite. However, winners are only eligible for one invite so as to give chances to other who want to keep the competition fair.
The OnePlus 2 is a big successor to the Chinese manufacturer's first flagship phone. It features a better build, better performance, bigger battery rating, and a new fingerprint sensor, making it worthy to ride on the success of the OnePlus One. Dubbed as a 'flagship killer,' the OnePlus 2 is once again set to rival high-end phones this year.
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