We know that the OnePlus will start selling its first and the very hot value-for-money smartphone in India very soon. Now to strengthen its position in India as a reputed manufacturer, OnePlus has promised warranty for all its OnePlus One units purchased from their official website- oneplus.net
The warranty would not be valid for OnePlus One units bought from the China, as the Chinese version is somewhat different than the international model sold on their website.
This means that you would be able to get your international variant of OnePlus One repaired from the upcoming OnePlus service centres in India free of cost, if the fault comes under the terms of warranty.
OnePlus has appointed Vikas Agarwal as its General Manager in India and will issue invites to its Indian users in the forthcoming days.
Let me remind you that this much touted 2014 Flagship killer phone packs a 5.5″ full HD display protected by Gorilla Glass 3, Snapdragon 801 chip, 3 GB RAM, 3100 mAh Li-Po battery, 13 MP f/2.0 primary camera along with a 5 MP selfie unit, LTE with support for Indian networks, and dual stereo speakers.
It comes in 2 variants based on internal storage options. The 16 GB version costs $299 and is expected to be priced close to Rs. 20,000 in India. The 64 GB variant on the other hand, is expected to be launched in India for less than Rs. 25,000.
OnePlus One has gained a lot of attention in India even though it is not available to the masses. However, an official launch is expected within the next few months. We’ll keep you posted about any developments regarding OnePlus in India. Stay tuned on TGF!