At the point when OnePlus releases its next phone not long from now, people will purportedly have the option to get it at not one but rather two significant US carriers. As indicated by Android Police, Verizon will sell a OnePlus gadget for the first time. Referring to “a source familiar with the companies’ plans,” the website says the carrier will offer a 5G-capable version of the OnePlus 8, in spite of the fact that it’s at present hazy if Verizon will likewise sell the OnePlus 8 Pro.
Be that as it may, Android Police detailed that the phone would be “fully Verizonified.” For better and worse, that implies it’ll accompany the carrier’s suite of applications and encounters preloaded onto the gadget.
On the off chance that the report is exact, it’ll be fascinating to perceive how OnePlus attempts to accommodate the decision to permit Verizon to install applications on its phone. Pete Lau, the organization’s co-founder, has repeatedly said in interviews that OnePlus designs products with “burdenless” client experiences that don’t constrain bloatware on its clients.
Not surprisingly, it’s ideal to be skeptical until everyone gets official confirmation. All things considered, pickup by Verizon is something OnePlus has clearly been dealing with for some time. Since the OnePlus 6T, the organization’s phones have included Band 13 support, enabling people to utilize them on Verizon’s LTE network. And keeping in mind that OnePlus’ T-Mobile partnership has helped it sell more phones, Verizon backing would almost certainly help the organization immensely.
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