The "global event" will take place at 5pm in London following on from the NY unveiling of the 5T last November.
The OnePlus 6 is one of the most anticipated smartphones at the present moment because of some wonderful features it is expected to bring on board.
OnePlus may have confirmed or strongly hinted at some key features of OnePlus 6, but don't throw away these rumors just yet. Teasers on the social media also indicated at a waterproof body - a first for a OnePlus device. Now, OnePlus is using its brand loyalty to build hype for the upcoming flagship, OnePlus 6. The reader is reportedly part of a trial under OnePlus's new LAB program that started last week.
This is interesting as the company is launching the smartphone on the same date in China. The OnePlus 6 is promising to be a phone that will compete with the other high end flagships in the wild - well, OnePlus are promising it. That's even more than the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. Just like its predecessors, OnePlus 6 will be sold online exclusively through Amazon in India. What's more OnePlus is giving people the chance to attend a special launch event in London, but only if they pay first.
The OnePlus 5T (seen here) is about to make way for the OnePlus 6. Separately, OnePlus also announced recently that it is collaborating with Marvel Studios and Disney India to offer 6,000 tickets for Avengers: Infinity War for free.
Tickets for the OnePlus 6 launch event are now on sale from the OnePlus website. In October a year ago, a report pointed out that the upcoming OnePlus 6 will sport an all-new design. It's pretty common for OnePlus's current models to go out of stock weeks before the launch of their successors. The company's Carl Pei had officially confirmed the most controversial "notch" design on the OnePlus 6 initially, which later was explained by the CEO Pete Lau about the essentiality of the notch design. Besides keeping the company's signature 'horizon line and characteristic curve, the glass panel will also boast a 5-layer Nanotech Coating that will "give the back of the device a stronger impression of depth".