OnePlus will deliver iPhone 6s cases with invites for its X model, since the Chinese phone producer has restricted until now all labeled equipment to its proprietary devices but obviously, this monopole will soon stop. According to the news on the organization’s site, the manufacturer has now begun providing special version of hard cases for both iPhone 6 and this year’s 6s. Any user who purchases these covers will also receive the formal invite for OnePlus’ newest launch, the X model in the mid-range segment.
While the majority of these invites will arrive for the normal edition of the device, some of them will be offered for the lately revealed zirconium ceramic model of the smart phone. The exciting news is that a part of the iPhone cases will be delivered with a secret code to receive the OnePlus X absolutely free. This case costs only $20 and is available without the company’s invite, being made from thermoplastic, with OnePlus’ trademark distinctive sandstone coating.
It arrives with the organization’s logo on its back and the already famous “NeverSettle” concept inside the case. According to these items presentation website, the OnePlus case for iPhones will not instantly fix all customers’ issues to get their hands on one of these phones. This is a durable polycarbonate frame that includes both a firm grip and protection, plus it offers comfort during use. OnePlus has previously released covers and cases for the OnePlus X model and the price tags for these components are between $10 and $25.
The manufacturer has also present a $100 luxury case for its OnePlus X that is hand made by the specialized producer Hard Graft from authentic Tuscan leather. Due to the intense competition that prevails between Android and iOS fans, it could come as a surprise that the Android-based OEM will offer components for Apple’s iPhone. However, the promotion division of OnePlus has been known to make apparently bold movements, many of them being far more questionable than this special project.
It is still unclear if iPhone customers actually will buy from the Chinese manufacturer for their equipment needs. For instance, what percentage of them even knows about OnePlus, since the company continues to be a narrow market for the majority of users?
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