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OnePlus smartphone launch roadmap leaked, nearly six devices will arrive until September

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OnePlus will be massively expanding its smartphone catalog this year. This comes after the merger of the brand with Oppo, you would normally consider that most of the products would be either smartwatches or earbuds but not, we are talking about smartphones.

As per a new rumor, OnePlus is all set to launch six new devices by the end of September, the first device that is set to launch is not really a new device altogether but it is the OnePlus 10 Pro that will launch internationally, and it will happen before the end of March.

OnePlus 10 Pro 5G launched with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip in China
OnePlus 10

In April, the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite will launch after weeks of rumors and leaks.


In early May, we can expect OnePlus to launch the OnePlus Nord 2T, and later on, in May, the OnePlus 10R will be announced.

July will be a pivotal month for OnePlus as the brand will launch the Nord 3 officially, this device may be called the Nord Pro in some markets as well. The final device in the lineup or the icing on the cake is the launch of the OnePlus 10 Ultra or OnePlus 10 Pro Plus that will launch in September.

OnePlus has a lot of work to do when it comes to keeping its software updates, so let us hope that these upcoming devices do not carry any issues in terms of software or hardware!

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