Here is one more sign that OnePlus might roll out its next flagship handset, expected to be dubbed as OnePlus 6, shortly. The present-generation flagship handset of the company, OnePlus 5T, has allegedly gone off the market in most of the U.S. stores.
Going by the history of the firm, this generally takes place prior to the roll out of a new handset from the firm.
Kyle Kiang, the head for global marketing and general manager of the company for North America, verified to the media that OnePlus 5T in North America has gone out of stock.
He stated that the outage of stock in North America for OnePlus 5T is owing to “stronger than hoped” requirement, and consequently, users in this region will have to hang around and wait for the next flagship handset of the company to arrive.
OnePlus 5T was rolled out in December last year. And going by the smartphone roll out cycle of the company since last few months, OnePlus 6 must roll out in June this year. On the other hand, there have been rumors of the Chinese handset firm preponing the roll out since last couple of months.
Pete Lau, the CEO of OnePlus, officially verified the presence of OnePlus 6 in January 2018. At the time of an interview at CES with the media, he claimed that OnePlus will be rolling out a new smartphone in the quarter two of this year. He, on the other hand, has declined to reveal the name of the handset.
Lately a picture was leaked on the Internet indicating the handset to sport a “notch” similar to iPhone X. The trend, which was commenced by the iPhone X, can already be witnessed in the lately rolled out Zenfone 5 handsets and in leaks of Huawei P20.
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