OnePlus gives away Pebble Time smartwatches and more (in the next 6 days)

OnePlus gives away Pebble Time smartwatches and more (in the next 6 days)
To celebrate Christmas and the New Year, OnePlus today kicked off 7 days of giveaways. Interestingly, the company is not starting by giving away smartphones, or any of its own products. Instead, for the beginning, OnePlus allows participants to win smartwatches from Pebble: 4 Pebble Time units, 4 Pebble Time Steel units, and 4 Pebble Time Round units.

To participate, you have to follow OnePlus and Pebble on Facebook, share OnePlus' post announcing the giveaway (see the first source link below), tag three friends on the shared post, and fill out a Google Form (see the second source link below).

The giveaway is open only to people living in the countries where Pebble is shipping its products (US, Canada, and many other markets around the world are included - see the third source link below for the complete list).

There's no word on what prizes the next days of OnePlus giveaways will bring, but, of course, if you're interested, you're probably going to check out the company's Facebook page to see what's next anyway.

sources: OnePlus (Facebook), OnePlus blog, Pebble



1. Tejas9

Posts: 95; Member since: Feb 02, 2015

Do we need an invitation to participate too? Lol...

2. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

That invitation-to-participate shenanigan from OnePlus is quite funny. Though I understand the reason behind it: to be able to figure out more accurately on the number of it's devices being bought and used, so as to know what quantity to produce for their next device. Hence, avoid over-production, like what happened to the Galaxy S5

4. p51d007

Posts: 705; Member since: Nov 24, 2013

It' all by design. Create a false demand for something, limit supply. OnePlus is nothing but a beta testing arm for Oppo. So much so that after feedback started coming in on the OnePlus 2, overheating and what not, Oppo DELAYED release of it's Find9, until after snapdragon releases the 820 chip.

3. p51d007

Posts: 705; Member since: Nov 24, 2013

LOL, suckers! Just more ways to get you to jump through hoops, more ways to hype up a phony company. They can't produce enough product because Oppo doesn't have the assembly capacity, and even the ones they produce, have a TON of bugs which they can't fix, because they don't have any SUPPORT.

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