OnePlus quadruples sales in Europe in Q1, two thirds of the revenue comes from the flagship series

29 April 2021
That said, the Nord series (the Nord itself mostly) has been a strong performer for the company.

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  • Anonymous

Oppo finde X3 Pro.

quadruples sales in Central Europe in Q2, two thirds of the revenue comes from the flagship series. Record mobile 2021. Second quarter .

  • Alex

Worst model gets most success!? Old mother Europe has totally degraded, sorry.

  • Saqib

I'm waiting for the Android 11 in my OnePlus 7 pro 5G, otherwise it's working great.

  • Anonymous

I got my first oneplus 1 month ago. It is the 8T and I love it. Looks awesome, and I love that it is not shipped with so many garbage apps like the Samsungs.
Minimalist phone... I love it.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 30 Apr 2021Wow, you guys must have nothing else to do lol.... if you l... moreGood thing you have better things to do ;)

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 30 Apr 2021Wow, you guys must have nothing else to do lol.... if you l... moreI am still rocking my Oneplus 3T

  • Anonymous

Raul 503, 29 Apr 2021The biggest problems of One Plus is presented with the upda... moreGet app called oxygen updater 🙏

I know a lot of people like to bash oneplus now (seems to be the new popular thing) but you need to face it oneplus would have never gotten so big if they didn't shift to the generic and mainstream audience. I never bought a oneplus phone before but I always knew that at those rock bottom prices they were living on borrowed time. Marketing and buying shelf place in carrier stores that is what gets you to grow and not only a serving a incredible small part of smartphone users(tech crowd). Sucks that they have started offering less updates now but everything is what they need to do have a healthy growth.

  • Anonymous

Wow, you guys must have nothing else to do lol.... if you like it buy it, if you don't, don't.... no need to predict the companys future. I am glad they are still around... my 3T has lasted me til now, best phone I ever had lol....

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 29 Apr 2021LOL, I know this PPT tactic all too well.... When you have ... moreSpot on! The OP fans used to know is gone. I used to like their phones, still own a dusty OP6 as a backup phone.
They're now copying what the "big boys" are doing - namely, Apple and Samsung. They got greedier. Thing is, they seem a bit dumb in doing that. Why? Because they don't have the supply chain, the post-service resources, the market share and brand awareness the likes of Apple/Samsung have. The whole ecosystem is simply missing. And that's really a big thing. Still, OP prices their "flagship-level" handsets in the same price tier. Good luck with having the underdog mindset. To make things worse, they're still lagging in some particular topics such as image quality. Sure, they've gone a long way from what they used to be, but once you compete with a different bread of phones, you should at least provide the same level of quality in each and every aspect of it. And slapping Hasselblad on the phone will just fool some people...once or twice. But they will feel the pain of servicing their phones, replacing worn batteries or finding spare parts, customer service, slow updates (see the OP6 mockery on the 11 beta) etc.
More so, Samsung stepped up their software/update game and showed improvements for the past few years. Heck, they're quite good with software updates nowadays and their OneUI doesn't suck that big anymore. Funny, I used to bash them a lot a few years back.

  • Anonymous

Android-Authority, 30 Apr 2021You worry about Sony stuck at 2.9 million phones sold in th... moreThey can sell playstations like crazy it’s weird how they can’t sell mobiles. Maybe PlayStation should take over there marketing department for mobile

  • Anonymous

Android-Authority, 30 Apr 2021No wonder I see people from the US hate Chinese brands so m... moreNah Oneplus is really popular in the US

Anonymous, 30 Apr 2021You forget that here in Europe we can only have exynos ver... moreHeh, I can see why that's a pain but at least it SEEMS like the 2100 did pretty well this year...or am I wrong? Honest question.

  • Anonymous

Dometalican, 29 Apr 2021As a guy living in the US, with all of the options Europe h... moreYou forget that here in Europe we can only have exynos versions of Samsung phones.

Dometalican, 29 Apr 2021As a guy living in the US, with all of the options Europe h... moreNo wonder I see people from the US hate Chinese brands so much.
Europe has so many options.
I got the MI 11 Ultra (Chinese edition) recently and have no 5g/4g band compatibility issues, while you guys in US can't support 5g on this phone.

Anonymous, 29 Apr 2021OnePlus has never reached 10 mi units sold per year. How ... moreYou worry about Sony stuck at 2.9 million phones sold in the whole wide world

  • Anonymous

Not available in Germany ( Essen City ).
OnePlus 9 pro.

  • Anonymous

Addy Knox, 29 Apr 2021I think they are talking about new users...this year Q1...lolNope. Cause if they did they would put 10 million new users globally in 2021 just like how they clearly stated that Instagram content has raised 52% in 2021.

Now if you search YouTube for OP 9/8/7 reviews you will see hundreds and hundreds of irrelevant youtubers who got the full PR package from OP to talk about. Then when you do quick glance through major mobile/electronics blogs you will see that OP gets an article whenever puppet CEO farts at the workplace. That all costs a lot o money, huge amounts of money really and if you consider they only have 10 million active users it's a no brainer they are deep into red ink. Question is how much really?

I would say they are so deep into red that they have changed business plan and philosophy or in one word; Nord. They are now trying to sell people ODM "magic" for premium price cause it's obvious flagship for less is not working for their bottom line. They would never survive as stand alone brand and as soon as China cuts subsidies on export of handsets to western markets OP as a brand will be in big trouble. And that trouble will be it's own sister brand OPPO.

  • Anonymous

LOL, I know this PPT tactic all too well.... When you have a small number to begin with, a moderate gain would look good if you convert the unit into something else, in this case percentage. Or, you put the data finer in to more detailed criteria, such as in this case "Northern Europe" market jump 300%. Huawei use this to their marketing VERY extensively.

I mean, when did the Northern Europe operation open? What was the actual figure YoY? Top 3 Europe contributor is Germany, UK and Finland while ONLY Finland is Northern Europe? Comparing the Nord to flagship line is even more pointless. How many Nord product line and flagship line you get? When did the Nord line hit the market? Come on, stop dilute the real figures by showing classified sub-category PPT styled crap, it pathetic.

  • Hans

I love OnePlus phones. I have till now bought 2 phones.