The OnePlus 6 sold over 1 million units in just 22 days

The OnePlus 6 sold over 1 million units in just 22 days

OnePlus 6 has been marked as one of the biggest launches of the year and while the smartphone has managed to live up to the expectations of OnePlus fans, it has now achieved a new milestone by crossing one million units within 22 days of its global launch.

In the US, OnePlus is the No 1 smartphone vendor in the open market US$400-US$600 range - sold without bundled telecommunication carrier contracts - with a 44 per cent market share.

It will never challenge Apple's iPhone, but the OnePlus 6 is already the firm's fastest-selling handset.

"OnePlus 6 is our most successful product yet", OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei tweeted today.

Earlier this year, the OnePlus 6 launch event sold-out with over 1,000 tickets bought in under 10 hours, and now the community continues to grow with over five million people across the world. During the season the company is offering Rs 2,000 cashback on Citibank Credit and Debit cards and no cost EMI's with popular banks for three months. There is also a referral programme on Amazon India that will allow customers to receive an extended warranty of three months by referring to a contact. Additionally, on the purchase of a OnePlus 6 device across all online and offline channels, two lucky customers can win a OnePlus 6 every day.

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In addition to the above offers, customers can also avail free upgrades of software flashing and diagnosis without any labour charges, even on "Out of Warranty" cases and a 10% additional discount on spare parts. The dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone runs Android 8.1 Oreo-based OxygenOS 5.1, upgradable to Android P, and features a 6.28-inch full-HD+ (1080x2280) Full Optic AMOLED display with a 19:9 aspect ratio.

The base variant comes with 6GB RAM and 64GB of storage at a price of Rs 34,999. While that pales in comparison to the sales figures of Samsung or Apple, it's certainly impressive for a company of this size.

As Australians we are but a small blip in most of these companies' radar so we can not expect to see everything they release.

The successor to the Bullets V2, OnePlus Bullets Wireless was unveiled alongside the company's 2018 flagship, the OnePlus 6.

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