Eager to get your hands on One Plus X? If you are one of those who are agog for the OnePlus X, the Chinese startup has a solution: it will be launching a slew of X pop-up events in an array of cities across the globe next month.
Those who will be attending these pop-up events can already buy the newly unwrapped smartphone without invites. OnePlus will be selling a limited number of the brand new smartphone via the pop-up stores in its selected cities in different parts of the globe. As such, interested fans must move blazingly fast by the time these pop-up stores finally land on their places.
The very first pop-up store is slated to land in Paris on Nov. 2. Specifically, it will be spotted in Colette at 213 rue Saint-Honoré. The pop-up event will commence at 11 A.M. and will run until Nov. 4. Other cities OnePlus picked to place its pop-up stores include:
• London (Nov. 7)
• Berlin (Nov. 9)
• Rome (Nov. 11)
• Hong Kong (Nov. 12)
• Los Angeles (Nov. 21)
OnePlus will likewise head over to Mumbai and New Delhi, on Nov. 2 and 3, respectively, to hold its Experience day events. A possibility exists, though, that OnePlus may not be selling its newest flagship device during these events.
Meanwhile, If you won't be lucky enough to grab one on the above-mentioned X pop-up events, the best way to purchase OnePlus X is through signing up for an invite on the company's website.
In November, One Plus will be rolling out invites on a regular basis. A total of 10,000 invites have already been sent out by the company on Oct. 29.
Invites can also be grabbed by joining in social promotions as well as competitions. Interestingly, anyone who ordered the OnePlus X can also send an invite to a friend to purchase one. It has to be noted, though, that invitations are limited.
Buyers will need to choose which model they opt to purchase.
OnePlus X Onyx: This is the standard version of the smartphone which has a price tag of $249. This boasts 16 GB of memory and microSD expansion.
Limited-Edition OnePlus X Ceramic: It is priced at $414. It is worth noting, however, that only 10,000 ceramic smartphones are built.