OnePlus continues to build momentum for its brand with itself boutique smartphones. Last time around, we were told that the OnePlus 5T had zoomed past the OnePlus 5 for pre-orders made within the first 6 hours of availability.

The company now has a whole bunch of numbers to share for the OnePlus 6, such as 22 days and 1 million units. That’s how long it took to sell that many phones — quicker than the “within three months” the OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5 each took.

“OnePlus’ strategy of producing one flagship at a time has allowed the company to offer premium products coupled with quality user-experiences,” the company said in its press release.

It touts that it was able to increase annual device sales by 139 percent between 2016 and 2017.

The OnePlus 6 is now available to customers in 36 countries and on two European carriers: O2 and Elisa.

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