OnePlus Returns To Germany; Pre-Orders Of Latest OnePlus 12 Now Open


OnePlus Returns To Germany; Pre-Orders Of Latest OnePlus 12 Now Open

Post the cross-license 5g patent deal between nokia and Oppo, which resolved the patent infringement dispute, Oppo and OnePlus are now able to resume selling smartphones in Germany.


Handset maker OnePlus is offering its latest smartphones in Germany, quickly after the signing of a cross-license 5g patent agreement between nokia and Oppo, the media has reported. The deal was inked just five days ago. The OnePlus Open foldable is currently available for purchase in Germany, while the OnePlus 12 and 12R are open for pre-order, data-aligning with the timeline observed in other european countries, according to a report by GSMArena.

Nokia-Oppo Resolve Disputes Via Cross-License Deal

Following the key cross-license 5g patent agreement between nokia and Oppo, which resolved the patent infringement dispute between the two brands, Oppo and OnePlus are now able to resume selling smartphones in Germany. Additionally, for pre-ordered OnePlus 12 phones with 16GB/512 GB memory, there is a 9 per cent discount in the region, thus, reducing the price to 999 euros, while the 12GB/256 GB model continues at 949 euros. Furthermore, each purchase includes additional discounts: for instance, the 50W wireless charger is available at a 50 percent discount, priced at just 35 euros, and the OnePlus Pad can be purchased for 450 euros, which is a 10 percent reduction from the regular retail price.

To recall, OnePlus officially launched its OnePlus 12 series globally and in india, after a series of leaks and rumors last week. OnePlus' newest flagship series, comprising the OnePlus 12 and OnePlus 12R were launched alongside OnePlus Buds 3, the company's third-generation flagship wireless audio earbuds. OnePlus also teased a future OnePlus 12R Genshin Impact Edition, at its "Smooth Beyond Belief" event in New Delhi.

OnePlus 12 And OnePlus 12R Pricing In India

 Globally released on january 23, the OnePlus 12R starts at Rs 39,999 for the 8GB/128GB model. The flagship OnePlus 12 is priced at Rs 64,999 for the 12GB/256GB model in India. The OnePlus Buds 3 are available for Rs 5,499. 

OnePlus 12 With Top-Of-The-Line Features Launched

The latest flagship from OnePlus, the OnePlus 12, boasts a range of state-of-the-art features. The phone has been launched in two colors: Flowy Emerald and Silky Black. Fuelled by the top-tier Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, Qualcomm's swiftest mobile processor to date ensures lightning-fast performance ideal for demanding applications and multitasking. With a hefty 5,400mAh battery, the OnePlus 12 comes with proprietary 100W SuperVOOC wired charging. Running on OxygenOS 14, based on Android 14, the smartphone has clean software with customizations atop.

On the photography front, the OnePlus 12 comes with a versatile triple-lens configuration at the back, led by a 50MP main sensor, accompanied by a 64MP telephoto camera and a 48MP ultra-wide-angle sensor. For capturing selfies, it has a 32MP front-facing camera. Boasting a 6.82-inch Quad HD+ LTPO OLED display, the OnePlus 12 promises a seamless visual experience with its adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. According to OnePlus, the screen has a peak brightness of 4,500 nits.

OnePlus 12R Launched At A Lower Price

The OnePlus 12R is an "economical" addition to the OnePlus 12 series and gets several premium features despite its budget-friendly price. Equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, the OnePlus 12R claims to deliver robust performance, even though the chip is a generation behind. 

Similar to its pricier sibling, the device sports a triple-camera setup at the back, consisting of a 50MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2MP macro lens. Similar to the OnePlus 12, the OnePlus 12R also supports rapid 100W wired charging and boasts a hefty 5,500mAh battery. Storage choices include the 8GB/128GB variant and 12GB/256GB model. The device has been launched in Black, iron Grey, and Cool Blue colorways.

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