OnePlus 12R Genshin Impact Edition teased ahead of its official launch on Feb 28

OnePlus recently launched the much-awaited series 12 series in the market and received an overwhelming response from buyers. At the time of the launch of this series, the company also announced that it would launch the OnePlus 12R Genshin Impact special edition smartphone in India on February 28th.

Now this special edition smartphone is listed on its official Indian website. It mentions “Notify Me” for all those users who want to win this handset for free. Users can get a chance to win a OnePlus 12R Genshin Impact Edition phone, 40 Primogems×1000. And rest of the users will get an exchange coupon worth Rs 1000 that they can avail of on the new OnePlus 12R or the Genshin Impact Edition.

The company is also running a OnePlus 12R Genshin Impact launch survey that gives a chance to 30 winners to win 500 Primogems. And if we talk about the OnePlus 12R Genshin Impact Edition, will feature a lightning-inspired design based on character Keqing. The handset will be available for buyers in electro Violet colour. It will be launched in a custom-designed gift box with a series of collectible merchandise inspired by the Genshin Impact character Keqing. Specs-wise the OnePlus 12R Impact Edition will be no different from the OnePlus 12R.

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