OnePlus 3 launch offers on Amazon: Saavn Pro subscription, Idea double data, more

Launched on a virtual space station on Tuesday, OnePlus launched its 3rd flagship device at an extremely affordable price tag of Rs. 27,999. OnePlus 3 is one of the most desirable phones within the Android space, and potential buyers are already rejoicing the invite free offered by the Chinese smartphone company.

This is obviously good news for the buyers, but the series of good news does not end here. Because at such a competitive price, there is an additional set of offers coming along with this ‘value for money’ handset.

If you buy the ‘flagship killer’ OnePlus 3, you get free access to 12 months of Saavn Pro subscription, which lets you listen to your favorite songs for free. Then there’s a 12-month of double data offer from Idea, which a literally a boon because of increasing prices of data packs.

The freebies do not end here because, under OnePlus Care offer, you are entitled to avail 12 months of accidental damage protection as well. Now, you have an invisible device protector with you at all times. In addition to these, the buyer also gets a 12-month offer on the Kindle app which we are sure is a delight for all the readers.

Coming to the specs, the highlight of the OnePlus 3 is the massive 6GB RAM. Equipped with the powerful quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and a fingerprint scanner, OnePlus 3 spells convenience and strength. The display of the phone is a 5.5-inch Optic AMOLED. Sporting a 16-megapixel rear shooter with an 8-megapixel front cam, the phone is well-endowed with an internal memory of 64GB.

The phone runs on a powerful 3,000mAh battery that provides for a decent usage cycle and is supported byDashCharge technology so you can juice your device’s battery to up to 60% in half an hour. OnePlus has been able to manage this with the use of a Dash Adapter that streamlines a better electric flow and also prevents the smartphone from heating up.

Taking note of the offers along with the specs, this phone might just be the next big thing and is a serious threat to all the flagships out there.

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