We probably don't have too long to wait before we learn all about the OnePlus 6T officially. Until then, we get this little banner.
The Chinese company already finds it hard to make big margins off of hardware when volume makes up for it and services multiply that profit.
There's all the talk about slaying flagships from one end of the mobile industry to the other, but this is a sub-Rs. 30,000 phone with a Snapdragon 845.
The Indian smartphone market is the 2nd largest in the world. One company shipped 107% more smartphones than a year before, pushing Samsung down to second.
The fight has been among Samsung, Apple and Xiaomi for a period, but OnePlus has launched a rocket in India and has ridden it up into the premium space.
Dozens of jobs have been cut with redundacies being placed in the company's Taiwan headquarters. And yet, HTC struggles on in India.
With a 91.24 percent screen-to-body ratio, it's an impressive phone indeed. No word on pricing, though we can bet it'll be steep to import.
Even in 2018, it's a big battery for sure, but will it be put to good use on the Ghost, a BlackBerry phone set to take root in India?
On paper, the Flipkart-exclusive Asus ZenFone 5Z looks like it could give the OnePlus 6 a healthy run for its money in India.
The iPhone 6s is replacing the iPhone SE for local production and sales. It's expected to be more popular and save Apple from more taxes.
The first notched phone from HMD Global has proven very popular in China, but will it do the same in India? We have indications it's coming there.
If you need to get a ride in one of over 600 cities where Uber operates, but own a basic Android phone with spotty connectivity, the Lite app is here.
Previously released in China under the Redmi S2 name, the 6-inch AI-enhanced Xiaomi Redmi Y2 starts at a very reasonable $150 or so in India.
Not exactly affordable, the $525 or so Vivo X21 is not exorbitantly priced either for what it brings to India, in-display fingerprint recognition included.
It only took a few minutes for the first limited batch of OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition units to sell out in India, while "standard" models with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage are nowhere to be found in the US, UK and Canada.
Samsung has traditionally seeded super-specced Galaxy S and Galaxy Note phones in China, India and Korea. The "super-spec" line is headed up.
As long as you don't insist on owning the OnePlus 6 in Silk White or a limited Avengers Edition, you can now buy the phone in the US, UK, India, China and across Europe.
The phone is pretty much all but called out on Flipkart's mobile app right now, but it will take another week before we know all about it.
The oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy J6 is officially out in India at a starting price of around $205, with a higher-end J8 available for the rough equivalent of $280, and the A6 and A6+ priced slightly higher.
Amazon Prime members in India will get early access to OnePlus 6 sales on May 21, followed by the rest of the country the next day. The Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will be released a week or so after that.
The Galaxy J6, which will most likely be Samsung's cheapest Infinity Display phone to date, is expected out at a Mumbai event in India early next week.
While the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition was released in select global markets several months after the standard model, the OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition is already out... in China.
Speed is the game, OnePlus is the name. Will its latest Android smartphone keep up? It has 480fps video capture, a new Snapdragon 845 chip and a new storage option. All for a little more money than the OnePlus 5T.