The Chinese tech giant OnePlus now seems to be planning to enter in the US market through the countries carrier. Recently in an interview with PSMag, the company’s CEO Pete Lau said that he is in discussion with US carriers to enter the US market. However, not going into the deep, he just simply said that OnePlus is going to produce a 5G smartphone for the next year.
Honestly, Lau didn’t specify that with which carriers the company is talking to, but so far, OnePlus phones have only been able to operate on GSM networks like T-Mobile and AT&T. If it’s in discussion with Verizon and Sprint, which use CDMA networks, it could potentially reach millions of more users easily.
Going to a US bearer would be a major jump for OnePlus, which has concentrated on coordinate deals in the US up until now. The organization has as of late begun offering it smartphones through European carriers as well. Lau said OnePlus wants to go with carrier sales because it lets more people in the US have hands-on time with phones before buying them, which so far people have only been able to do at periodic pop-up events.
By the way, if OnePlus enter the US market with its countries carriers then obviously Apple and Samsung will get another competitor to compete with because OnePlus smartphones have almost same features as their phones have. And most importantly, compare with iPhones or Samsung Galaxy smartphones price OnePlus smartphone’s price is more flexible. So, let’s wait and see that what OnePlus does in the US market with its smartphones under US carriers.