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OnePlus 7 to launch on AT&T, Verizon & Sprint

OnePlus 7 is rumored to be launched on May 14, 2019. The Chinese company OnePlus is also trying to be a part of different U.S. carriers like AT&T, Verizon & Sprint. OnePlus 6T was the first device to be sold through T-Mobile, which means future devices of OnePlus might be sold through multiple U.S. carriers in which AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint are also included.

The news related to multiple carriers was hinted through the OnePlus careers webpage where OnePlus is hiring U.S. based Account Manager at the AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint with experience in the field of Carrier Product Development. These jobs give a clear hint of what’s to come. How OnePlus wants to be sold through AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint.

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AT&T, Verizon and Sprint might get OnePlus 7

Huawei, main Chinese competitor, is already having a hard time trying to secure a way into major U.S. carriers, but for OnePlus, it has already took the lead by selling OnePlus 6T through T-Mobile. Further, the brand is looking forward to pass the trend towards OnePlus 7, but not only one major U.S carrier network is going to sell this beauty rather AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint all are giving hope that they would join to sell the OnePlus 7.

Right now, there is no concrete information on OnePlus 7, just leaks. From rumors, it is being assumed that the phone will come with a pop-up camera. The selfie camera will probably pop out to captures selfies hence reducing bezel size and also the need for a notch. AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint might give different and good deals for this upcoming beast. It might be possible that they even start a pre-order just to increase their sales.

Let us know in the comments if selling through multiple carriers of OnePlus 7 is a better idea?

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    • I am set to do this in August. Been a Samsung user for years. Samsung really dropped the ball with the S10. It’s funny that then the news come out that S10+ phones are depreciating 50% in the first 30 days. They had the opportunity to turn out a really nice edge to edge premium phone. As the Templar knight said in Indiana Jones, “they chose…poorly”.

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