OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei in a tweet tagged Flipkart’s Executive Chairman Sachin Bansal, and said the company has an exclusive tie-up with Amazon India. The tweet reads, “[email protected]_sachinbansal brother, what’s this? We’re exclusive with @amazonIN”
OnePlus then sent out a press statement reiterating their partnership with Amazon India, advising customers to purchase the device from official channels saying ‘we cannot guarantee the authenticity of the products sold elsewhere.
Flipkart’s OnePlus 3 discount was supposed to be live until stocks last. However, it seems the phone went out of stock within a minute or so.
Even as confusion over the One Plus 3 sale on Flipkart continues, the smartphone has been listed as ‘Out of Stock’ on the e-commerce platform. The confusion ensued as Flipkart listed the OnePlus 3 for Rs 18,999, almost Rs 9,000 less than its original price of Rs 27,999.