OnePlus’ flagship smartphone OnePlus 5T has officially sold out in North America. The smartphone manufacturer has confirmed to Engadget that stock will not be replenished, thus marking the smartphone’s run in the region.
Kyle Kiang, OnePlus’ Head of Global Marketing and General Manager of North America, cited strong demand which resulted in stock selling out sooner than the company expected. And as for why OnePlus could not allocate a few units to North America from other regions, Kiang said that swapping the AC adapters would be problematic.
Regardless, consumers who own the device or want to own one must be equally frustrated. OnePlus 5T was launched a little over fourth months ago, that makes the smartphone’s life shorter than Oneplus 5, in North America at least. Rumors of OnePlus 6 are already in the wind and it feels like an announcement is imminent. OnePlus has confirmed that it expects the next flagship to be out before the end of Q2 2018.
OnePlus 6 is rumored to feature a 6.2” display with a notch, Snapdragon 845 with 6GB or 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and dual-cameras.
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