OnePlus announces first ever 'Fast AF' Sale of OnePlus 6

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Even before OnePlus 6 has been officially launched, the company is already teasing launch offers for the smartphone.

OnePlus 6 Amazon e-Gift Cards worth Rs 1,000 can be used to buy OnePlus 6 on May 21 and May 22. OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will also be launched in India on May 17. "With this unique, one of a selling, customers are set for a exceptional treat about the awaited OnePlus 6 exclusively on Amazon.in".

To allow enthusiasts to obtain their fingers onto a component of this OnePlus 6, then the provider has announced its Fast AF (Fast And Original) sale that will be kept on Amazon India in between might 13 16. Now, the Chinese brand has come up with an interesting announcement for the Indian fans. The company announced a share Fast AF (fast and first), in which from may 13 to 16 everyone will be able to purchase a promotional certificate for the purchase of the flagship before the official start of its sales.

On the back, it is also confirmed to come with glass cover on top of the metal shell hinting the device will support wireless charging, which was sorely missed in the nearly ideal predecessor (OnePlus 5T).


Follow the steps given here to avail the cash back of Rs. 1,000 during the sale on Amazon India.

Purchase the e-gift card worth Rs 1,000 from the OnePlus 6 e-gift card page.

3300mAh Battery with Dash Charge 2.0 Fast-Charging Support.

OnePlus is also offering a 3-months extended warranty to those who will pre-book their OnePlus 6 in this Fast AF Sale.


Dual Rear Cameras 16 Megapixel + 20 Megapixel.

64GB, 128GB and 256GB Storage Capacity. Along with one of the best value-for-money smartphones, early adopters will also receive an extended 3-month warranty.

If you are somebody seems to be among the main individuals to possess a OnePlus 6, here is the thing that you should do.

Noor Patel, Director - Category Management, Amazon India said, "Both, Amazon and OnePlus have always maintained a customer-first approach".


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