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Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus is gearing up to launch a new product on July 15 during Amazon Prime Day sale. The company’s e-commerce partner Amazon India has put up a banner advertisement teasing a new product launch from OnePlus. Interestingly, the advertisement showcases a small thumbnail image of the OnePlus 7 Pro. It is expected that OnePlus might launch a new colour variant of the OnePlus 7 Pro or there could be a new memory variant as well.
OnePlus has remained silent about the new launch and it could be possible that the company might be simply offering extra discounts on the new OnePlus 7 series of smartphones. While OnePlus is expected to launch the new OnePlus TV soon, it is highly unlikely that the company would launch it without making noise about it. Rumours also point at OnePlus launching a new accessory for it smartphones.
The OnePlus 7 Pro comes in three variants based on different RAM and storage combinations. The base model comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The other two variants offer 8GB RAM/256GB storage and 12GB RAM/256GB storage. They are priced at Rs 48,999, Rs 52,999 and Rs 57,999 respectively. On the other hand, the OnePlus 7 also comes in two variants. The OnePlus 7 with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage in Mirror Grey colour costs Rs 32,999 while the Mirror Grey Red version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage is priced at Rs 37,999.
The Amazon Prime Day sale will start at midnight on Monday, July 15, and run through July 16. The Prime Day sale will be held across 18 countries including India. Amazon India is promising over 1,000 new product launches from brands including OnePlus, Samsung, Whirlpool, Sennheiser, Intel, Mothercare and others during the sale. For the first time, Amazon Prime Day sale will have specific pages of products from local entrepreneurs and startups.
As part of Prime Day deals, buyers will get 10% instant discount with HDFC Bank debit and credit cards and EMI transactions. Along with this 14 new Prime Video titles will be available in English, Hindi and 7 regional languages starting July 1.