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One Plus will continue to sell the existing stock of the device in India and the judgment on stopping sales is levied on future shipments. One Plus will challenge the judgment as well but the forums will be updated as soon as a development comes to the company. A plea by Micromax has prompted a decision by Delhi High Court to stop sales in India. Also Read - Delhi School Reopening News: Schools to Remain Closed For All Students Till October 5, Online Teaching to Continue, Says Kejriwal Govt
There was a panel discussion with Amit Boni (General Manager of Motorola Mobility, India), Michael Adnani (Flipkart VP – Retail & Head – Brand Alliances), and Vikas Agarwal (General Manager of OnePlus India) as Karan Thakkar (Senior Market Analyst at IDC Limited) analyzes the spike in e-commerce in India. They also discuss ways in which e-commerce can help the smartphone revolution reach every part of India. Also Read - OnePlus Nord N10 5G Price and Specifications Leak - Check Details
During the panel discussion, a delegate from Zee said that One Plus seems to elitist when a customer has to qualify for an invite, he asked if it will change and why is such a business model in place? Vikas Agrawal from OnePlus says that it is not done to curb sales but to meet the gap in the supply and demand. There is a huge demand for the latest smartphone entrant in the Indian market and despite getting a lot of support of fan following from India, OnePlus just couldn’t determine this great response.
The response has indeed been great and customers are still eagerly waiting for their invites to be able to purchase a OnePlus One smartphone. The General Manager of OnePlus India also announced that there will be two new devices launched soon, the OnePlus Two and the OnePlus Three.
BGR India presents the Dream 500 Smartphones event which started at 10 am today. We bring you the entire coverage of the event from the JW Mariott Hotel in Aerocity, New Delhi. Some of the biggest and upcoming names in the technology industry will contribute to the event by sharing their opinions and plans on how the dream of 500 million smartphones can come true.