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OnePlus Brags About Success in India by Throwing a Jab at Apple

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While OnePlus might have a tough time competing against Apple on the US market, OnePlus is actually coming out as a winner in other regions of the world. However, we have to mention that Apple’s most customers are located in the US and this is why Apple is so hard to beat. On top of that, OnePlus has had troubles launching smartphones in the US due to being a Chinese based tech company.

OnePlus Throws a Verbal Jab at Apple

Nonetheless, OnePlus is making headlines today because it has decided to celebrate the fact that it has become the bestselling smartphone company in India by throwing a jab at Apple. Well, not a direct jab, a social media joke instead. OnePlus announced that it’s the number one company in India by posting a picture of OnePlus 6T on Twitter with the following caption: “Hey Siri, which is India’s No.1 Premium Smartphone?”

Will Apple Respond?

Apple has had to deal with all types of attacks that come on social media and even commercials with Samsung mocking iPhone X’s design at every chance that it got. However, Apple never responds to anyone because it would give its competitors free advertising and therefore, we don’t think that Apple is going to respond to OnePlus anytime soon.

OnePlus 6T: Specs Overview

Now that we talked about how successful OnePlus 6T is in India, let’s check out some of the smartphone’s hardware specs so that we can get an idea about the type of performances this flagship smartphone has to offer.

OnePlus 6T impresses us right from the start with a 6.41-inches display which uses Optic AMOLED technology. The display offers a pixel resolution of 1080 x 2340 and a pixel density of 402 ppi. Leaving the display aside, OnePlus 6T is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 CPU which clocks at 2.8GHz.

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