With two highly successful phones launched in 2017, OnePlus is looking to broaden its reach in 2018.
In an interview with CNET, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the company is interested in beginning talks with USA carriers this year and that "if the right opportunity and right timing come along, we'll be very happy to experiment".
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau made the statement at the Bellagio on Wednesday, saying that talks with major USA carriers could begin this year, CNET reports. Other than that, he provided little information.
As Android Headlines points out, however, a successful partnership with us carriers could also pose potential problems for OnePlus. But, that's all that was mentioned. More themes and overall tone-changes on the OnePlus 6 is something that we are expecting.
Just like iPhone X, OnePlus' next device will also have the same 3D camera module that uses infrared light to measure depth.
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Recently, OnePlus launched the Lava Red Limited Edition of its OnePlus 5T smartphone in India. Well, owing to popular demand, the Face Unlock feature has been rolled out to the OnePlus 5 through OxygenOS Open Beta 3 update, and now, it has been confirmed for OnePlus 3 and 3T as well.
So far we know that the new OnePlus 6 will come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, as yet there are no details on any other specifications the handset will come with.
In the United States, smartphones come bundled with carriers and the sales have seen a significant rise over the past few years. He says, "If the right opportunity and right timing come along, we'll be very happy to experiment".
This is going to be tricky for OnePlus to pull off. Huawei made headlines at CES 2018 when a deal with AT&T fell apart for its flagship Mate 10 Pro, leaving it no choice but to sell the device independently through its own channels and online sites like Amazon. If they get succeed, then definitely OnePlus' sale will boost even higher in the US.
In terms of sales, the OnePlus 5T is their fastest and best-selling product yet and they are looking to increase its reach through U.S. telcos this year.