OnePlus extended sales of its OnePlus One smartphone to 16 additional European markets, while also promising a “new product category launch” and detailing its OnePlus 2 launch plan.
The new markets are Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
The company is offering the 16GB version in silk white (€269) and the 64GB version in sandstone black (€299). It is extending its practice of open sales on Tuesday and invite-only sales during the rest of the week.
OnePlus originally launched its smartphone in 17 countries across North America, Western Europe and East Asia, before being extended to India and Indonesia.
The company said that at events in Warsaw, Prague and Budapest, it will also provide a “sneak peak” at the company’s planned OxygenOS.
In a blog post, it said that it has an “exciting list of announcements” lined-up, including entry into a “new product category” in April – with no further details provided.
The company also said it will debut its OnePlus 2 smartphone in the third quarter of 2015.