The OnePlus 7 event in London, UK, at the Printworks venue has sold out, according to OnePlus, so presumably tickets for the New York, US event at Pier 94 and Bangalore, India party at BIEC are likely nearly gone too.
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The events, which are happening simultaneously across the globe, are to be livestreamed by OnePlus, so you won’t miss out on all the fun if you don’t get a ticket – but it appears the popularity of the handset remains high among the faithful.
Some of the popularity could be down to the slow drip-feed of teases OnePlus has been providing, like a video hinting that the OnePlus 7 Pro will have three cameras.
On top of that OnePlus founder and CEO Pete Lau is a prolific Tweeter, and he’s been using the platform to build hype for the upcoming events.
If you want to find out about the OnePlus 7 series on May 14 but have missed your chance at ticket, and don’t want to watch the livestream, you’ve got one other option – staying tuned to TechRadar, so you can find out all the latest news, with our expert analysis and opinions, as the event progresses.