Today, OnePlus held a separate OnePlus 6 event in India to mark its arrival on the local market and detailed the pricing and availability for the subcontinent.
Those interested in getting the base 6GB+64GB model will be charged INR 34,999 (€440), the 8GB+128GB variant costs INR 39,999 (€510) and the special OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition (hands-on) range topper will command a INR 44,999 (€560) price.
OnePlus' first wireless earbuds Bullets Wireless will be available in June for INR 3,999 (€50).
The OnePlus 6 will be sold on OnePlus' own website and on Amazon India. Sales on Amazon will begin on May 21 for Prime members and May 22 for the regular customer while OnePlus' website says it will open orders on May 20.
Once you've placed your order, OnePlus will aim to deliver between 1 and 4 business days.
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