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OnePlus World is a virtual museum to let you explore brand's history, check phones, and more

02 October 2020 0

We all are waiting for the OnePlus 8T to get unveiled and meanwhile, the company has opened a new virtual world that allows your virtual entry and lets you do a variety of things, from exploring a range of products, knowing more about the brand’s journey to playing games.

The existence of the OnePlus World that offers virtual experience looks unwanted but let’s just pretend why not! OnePlus has created an unusual way to build some engagement with its consumers. And, yes this virtual museum gives you a chance to win the upcoming OnePlus 8T as well. So, it’s one of OnePlus ways to keep you engaged while it fuels some hype for its next big phone launch.

Overall, OnePlus’ virtual museum looks quite unripe, though the phones you see in front of every booth of OnePlus phones look great. And, there is a big screen at the end of every walk that highlights the big features of the OnePlus 8T.

Do enter the OnePlus World for once and explore the “infinite possibilities” by being in it. Enter, create an avatar, and enjoy learning the brand’s history, see its phones it has ever launched, play games and stand a chance to win its upcoming phone. OnePlus says you can collect points and compete with friends to get to the daily top 100 list. According to OnePlus, the top 500 winners can win the company’s upcoming 8T flagship phone.

You can invite your friends to explore the OnePlus World together as well. You will also be able to watch the OnePlus 8T launch event that is scheduled to happen on October 14 from a “private auditorium inside the OnePlus World.”



OnePlus World is a virtual museum to let you explore brand's history, check phones, and more
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