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OnePlus Arrives in the US with T-Mobile and Qualcomm Backing


Even though OnePlus has been dominating the Chinese tech market for more than five years now, OnePlus devices have not available on the US market, until now. The famous Chinese tech manufacturer has now arrived on the US market and its backed by none other than Qualcomm and T-Mobile.

OnePlus Arrives in the US

OnePlus is slowly but surely becoming one of the biggest brand names in the smartphone industry and no one should be surprised to find out that its devices are now arriving on the US market, it was just a matter of time.

As previously mentioned, OnePlus is backed by Qualcomm and T-Mobile. This is quite important because Qualcomm is the biggest chip manufacturer in the world and as we all know, T-Mobile is one of the best network providers in the US. OnePlus smartphones will appear in T-Mobile stores and they will offer special deals.

Affordable Prices

OnePlus is renowned for two things, hardware power and affordable prices. Yes, you read that right! OnePlus has somehow managed to combine premium hardware parts with cheap prices and this is why its smartphones are so successful.

OnePlus 6 Flagship

Let’s check out some of the hardware specs that the company’s current flagship has to offer. The smartphone is called OnePlus 6 and it ships with a massive 6.28-inches screen that uses Optic AMOLED display technology which offers a pixel resolution of 1080 x 2280.

Furthermore, the smartphone is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 845 processor that clocks at 2.8GHz. To make things even better, the processor is paired with an Adreno 630 graphics processing unit and 6GB/8GB of RAM alongside 128GB/256GB of internal storage space.

Wrapping Things Up…

From the looks of it, OnePlus 6 was expected to launch its devices on the US market for a long while. Now that OnePlus has teamed up with T-Mobile, we think it’s safe to say that the company’s stocks and popularity are going to skyrocket.