Mobile manufacturers sometimes come up with quite astounding ideas to promote their products, and OnePlus has now succeeded in putting together a rather special lineup to promote the OnePlus 7T Pro. The company has created a piano that is entirely made up of OnePlus 7T Pro smartphones, right from the keypad.
Named the OnePlus Piano, the superstructure was created with 3D printing and precision engineering with other advanced techniques. Of course, the most interesting thing about it is that no less than 17 OnePlus 7T Pros are tightly fitted next to each other. The devices release a single large, continuous piano key in a fully digital format.
The company says the OnePlus Piano couldn’t be built with previous smartphones because the OnePlus 7T Pro’s 90Hz Fluid Display technology allows it to work properly. Coupled with the stunning performance provided by Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon mobile platform in the device. The company has not disclosed details about the operation of the piano, but soon it will be revealed how to play music.
If anyone thought it was just a couple of instant media checks, he was wrong. OnePlus has really made the piano shown in the picture above, it works perfectly, and even tours some cities in Europe this month. So there will be lucky ones who can hear you live.
The OnePlus Piano will be available from 10 to 16 November in the capitals of the United Kingdom and France, London and Paris, Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Germany, and Helsinki, Finland. And there will be a small lecture at each venue that Karim Kamar will serve to enthusiasts. Kamar has already achieved great success in the classical music genre, has gained more songs and has access to his work on all major online platforms. And maybe someone who can’t visit the venues will be able to listen to the strange structure on YouTube.
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