OnePlus, the global mobile technology start-up, is planning to setup their second experience store in India. After inaugurating experience stores in India at Bengaluru, Noida, and New Delhi, it looks like, up next is the “OnePlus Store in Hyderabad“.
The OnePlus team had a brief poll on their Facebook page – asking and Hyderabad received the most votes. OnePlus is a company which has listened to its fans. Earlier when fans had so many troubles with invites for OnePlus One phone, they removed it in their next product launch. So with this poll, company might plan to look-out for a space in Hyderabad. If it comes, it will either at Banjara Hills or Hi-tech City.
Sooner or later, the company will have stores in major India cities like Pune, Mumbai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkatta, Vishakhapatnam, and Surat.
When OnePlus Experience store was opened in Bengaluru, most of them were surprised because the company took a bold decision to prefer Bengaluru over Delhi, Kolkatta, and Mumbai. Currently, the company has three experience stores – one at Brigade Road in Bengaluru, DLF Mall in Noida and Ambience Mall Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.
Hyderabad and Bengaluru are often regarded as top IT hub in India, and that matches the company’s target, especially OnePlus phone continues speak in benchmarks. Following the foot-steps of OnePlus, Xiaomi also unveiled their first store in India at Bengaluru.
These Experience stores are been setup to promote offline sales and also provide one-stop terminus to experience a complete range of OnePlus products.
Just like other OnePlus experience stores, Hyderabad outlet will continue to the spirit of OnePlus community. Apart from regular product display, these stores serve as a hub for community engagement activities and are open for all.
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Company recently unveiled OnePlus 5 smartphone and for strong offline sales, they had setup pop-up stores in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai(on the launch date) wherein fans can experience OnePlus 5 and buy it directly.