OnePlus 9 launches bullied by OnePlus game launchers for Android and iOS finally available in India

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OnePlus Gaming Triggers, which were bullied last month when we launched the OnePlus 9 series, are now available for purchase in India. OnePlus says the triggers can be used with “a wide range of Android and iOS mobile phones.” The development was announced by the company’s CEO Pete Lau on Twitter. He says the company designed OnePlus game launchers to be robust, responsive, pleasantly “clickable” and beautiful. Each trigger can be used on both the left and right sides of the handheld.

OnePlus Gaming Triggers price in India, availability

As per list is OnePlus online store, OnePlus Gaming Triggers is priced at Rs. 1099 and are now available for purchase. Pete Lau too has tweeted some pictures from OnePlus Gaming Triggers.

OnePlus Gaming Triggers was mentioned in OnePlus 9 startup event where Ryan Fenwick, the company’s head of corporate communications, said the game’s triggers come with capacitive identification technology. In addition, OnePlus teased triggers when it tweeted the silhouette of the OnePlus 9R.

OnePlus Gaming Triggers features

OnePlus game launchers feature touch buttons that interact with the device’s display through capacitive guidance for quick response. As with OnePlus, triggers use Omron switches to provide touch feedback based on in-game events. The company says it has targeted triggers specifically for Battle Royale-style multiplayer players, including PUBG, Call of Duty, Free Fire and more.

OnePlus Gaming Triggers also work with smartphones with Screen Protectors and Protective Cases (maximum thickness of 11.5 mm). Each trigger has a size of 37.6×28.8×25.2 mm and a weight of 22 grams.


Is the OnePlus 9R old wine in a new bottle – or something else? We discussed this Orbital, Gadgets 360 podcast. Later (starting at 11pm) we will talk about the new OnePlus Watch. Orbital is available at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotifyand you can get your podcast from anywhere.

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