OnePlus has just announced that its One smartphone will start shipping out to 16 new countries of Europe. This comes over 10 months after the smartphone went up for sale, so the users in the region have been made to wait quite a while to get the smartphone officially.
The company has not provided exact launch or pricing details for the handset though. The founder of OnePlus Carl Pei will be touring some of these cities with some other key members of the company to celebrate the arrival of the smartphone in the regions.
The smartphone will be officially available in Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. Most global users have already managed to get their hands on the OnePlus One by now if they were interested, so this new wave of availability probably won’t churn in a lot of revenue for the Chinese manufacturer.
In any case, it’s good to see that the company hasn’t forgotten about the markets where the smartphone isn’t officially available.
Via: GSM Arena