OnePlus has joined the bandwagon at MWC 2019, unveiling a 5G-enabled smartphone.
However, the company’s taken a very different marketing tactic to launch the phone to most other vendors, such as Samsung with its Galaxy Fold , Huawei with its Mate X or the V50 from LG.
Specifically rather crow about a finished showpiece device with a nifty foldable or modular design, OnePlus has decided the best way to get people to talk about its 5G phone plans is to tell the world next to nothing.
There’s no specs, no price info, not even a name. Nothing. Even if you take the time to walk to its stand at Qualcomm all you’ll find is a nebulous screen, housed within a white plastic shell that’s then protected by a final chunky outer shell made of, what a showroom representative joked to me, was bullet proof glass.
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