After a day of teasing, OnePlus confirmed today that it has a new line of smartphones in the works that will be “more affordable,” but still “premium.” They did not name the new line, which is believed to be called OnePlus Z, but acknowledged that initial availability will be limited.
In a blog post on the OnePlus forums, CEO Pete Lau suggested that OnePlus fans have been asking for something more affordable for some time, basically as an admission that their phones have dramatically increased in price to Samsung Galaxy levels. and that people are off. This new phone will act as a “really solid smartphone that meets [your] daily necessities “at a” more affordable price “.
I’m not sure if he talks about a cousin close experience to the OnePlus 8 Pro, but we’ll try to retain too much judgment until we know more. After all, rumors say this phone has a 6.55 ″ 90Hz OLED display, Snapdragon 765, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 4300mAh battery, and triple rear camera. If the price is right, it’s an attractive package of specs.
Lau said he expects this new smartphone to be released for the first time in India and Europe as they try to “start relatively small.” OnePlus also has plans for North America “in the near future.” Let’s hope they don’t wait long.