OnePlus Builds A Piano Using 17 OnePlus 7T Pro Smartphones


OnePlus is known for its unique ideas and new creations with their smartphones, this time the company has come up with an innovation in which it has used 17 OnePlus 7T Pro smartphones to build a piano. The smartphones are lined together with piano keys on it. The company is said to bring this new project to different cities in Europe so that people can enjoy the experience of playing the piano on OnePlus smartphones.

OnePlus Builds A Piano Using 17 OnePlus 7T Pro Smartphones


"We've designed and built from scratch an extraordinary new instrument called the OnePlus Phone Piano. Using 3D modelling and precision craftsmanship, the piano has been made with 17 individual OnePlus 7T Pro handsets arranged in a line, creating a seamless and smooth keyboard," reads the official forum.

However, this piano will not make its way to India, but if you're in Europe then you have a chance to take the experience of the OnePlus piano with a pianist called Karim Kamar

Here is the list of cities in which the OnePlus piano will appear:

  • Sunday, November 10 from 12 PM: Riverbank outside Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom
  • Tuesday, November 12 from 10 AM: Place Jacques Rueff, Champ de Mars, Paris, France
  • Thursday, November 14 from 10 AM: Herrngasse 1, 91541 Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
  • Saturday, November 16 from 12 PM: Helsinki Hall, Central Station, Helsinki, Finland

With this campaign, the company is promoting OnePlus 7T Pro's 90Hz display which is said to be super smooth. "One thing's for sure, we couldn't have done this without our flagship's class-leading 90 Hz Fluid Display technology and powerful performance, making everything run super smoothly," reads OnePlus forum.

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