May 28, 2017 07:30 PM EDT
OnePlus has been more interested in making up its mark on the world of smartphones with its latest handset: OnePlus 5. The smartphone maker is so enthusiastic to market the newest masterpiece, that it has planned to wrap up the previous stunner: OnePlus 3T. The company recently declared that it won't manufacture any more new units OnePlus 3T. Besides this, OnePlus 5 was also announced a few days back.
According to News18, the insight came up directly from OnePlus's official blog. The smartphone giant stated: "This is the last call to buy the OnePlus 3T before stock runs out," in the latest blog post. OnePlus 3T was a massive hit for the company. The tremendous handset, which saw its official launch back in the late phase of 2016, broke many records by gaining a superlative hype of popularity in the market last year. It is true that OnePlus has been carrying out a traditional knack of revealing its handsets at the midpoint of any year. But it is perhaps the first time, the company has taken a revolutionary step of turning down its earlier variant for promoting and focusing its newest handset.
India Today also pointed that OnePlus 5 would be the smartphone to bring on Snapdragon 835 chipset in India. Earlier, Qualcomm India and OnePlus's Indian holding jointly declared that the handset would be powered by the chip maker's latest and most vibrant creation till now. Meanwhile, speaking about releasing next slots of software updates for OnePlus 3T, the company gave its green signal along with a few reckless measures. It said that though OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 would receive upcoming software patches, these updates won't be warranted from the company's end.
OnePlus concluded its words for OnePlus 3T, by adding "Almost out of stock! Don't miss your last chance to buy the #OnePlus3T." The last phase dedicated to the spectacular handset was declared on the official Twitter handle of OnePlus.
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