OnePlus 3 may be the least expensive Snapdragon 820 controlled cell phone to pack 6GB of RAM, however, even that is insufficient for the organization to forestall declaring that it will end the offers of its lead cell phone from an aggregate of 24 nations.
Carl Pei, the prime supporter of the organization, has communicated OnePlus’ purpose behind ending the deals, and you will discover why.
The Overwhelming Response Of OnePlus 3 Has Forced The Company To Go Through A “Restocking” Phase – Sales Will Normalize When Stock Reaches A Healthy Level
As per the vital points of interest, OnePlus 3 deals will be ended from August 9, and this is on the grounds that the stock levels of the Snapdragon 820 fueled handset are hazardously low.
Maybe the cell phone OEM did not foresee that its lead offering would wind up offering this well, and Pei has made the declaration in a gathering post whose subtle elements have been posted underneath:
The OnePlus 3 represents the third year we’re making smartphones, and expectations from our fans are higher than ever. In year three, we didn’t feel it was defensible to keep selling our devices via an invite system and took the necessary steps to be able to go invite free. The response has been overwhelming, and the OnePlus 3 is the fastest selling device we’ve ever made.
You might have noticed that when you place an order for the OnePlus 3, the estimated shipping date kept getting longer as time went by. The reason for this is simple. We were confident in the OnePlus 3 when it launched, but sales in mainland Europe have been way better than what we expected. Therefore, we’ve decided to temporarily pause sales in some countries in order to give inventory time to replenish.
Sales for the following regions will be temporarily paused on oneplus.net from August 9th 0:00 (CEST) until September 12th 23:59 (CEST):
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. Sales in Hong Kong will also be paused during this time frame.
We are working hard to secure more stock and fire up more production lines so that we can fulfill our goal of putting premium products into the hands of as many people as possible. With this note I wanted to give customers in affected regions enough advance notice to be able to purchase a OnePlus 3. If you’re planning to purchase but can’t do it before we pause sales, we’ll be offering an in-stock notification service where you can sign up with your email address to be notified when we’re back in stock.
For a $399 cell phone that packs a Snapdragon 820, 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of UFS 2.0 locally available capacity, OnePlus ought to have anticipated that would see the appeal from the districts recorded previously. In any case, we trust that the stock levels are renewed rapidly.