OnePlus 7 launch date confirmed, here’s how to watch it live


In a market filled with Android smartphones priced over $1,000, OnePlus is one of the few companies who are still making flagship smartphones priced below the $600 mark. If you’re looking to save yourself some money and wouldn’t mind seeing what OnePlus has to offer with the OnePlus 7, then mark the 14th of May down on your calendars.

This is because OnePlus has officially confirmed that the 14th of May is when the OnePlus 7 will be officially announced. This is in line with an earlier rumor which first gave us the 14th of May date. There will be four launch events taking place in various parts of the world. One will be held in London, another in New York, another in Bengaluru, and one more in China.

They are also expected to take place at different times which means that if you live in those areas, you will be able to check it out for yourself in person. OnePlus will start selling ticket sales to its event starting on the 25th of April and you can get your hands on them through the company’s website.

If you don’t live in any of the locations mentioned above or if you have no intention of purchasing a ticket to watch the launch live in-person, not to worry because OnePlus will be hosting a livestream on YouTube on the 14th of May on its YouTube channel.

As a quick recap for those who might have forgotten what to expect, the OnePlus 7 will be offered in at least two variants: the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. The Pro model is rumored to be a bigger model and could feature a 90Hz display and a triple camera, but apart from that, the base hardware specs such as the use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset will be similar.

Source: OnePlus

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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