Motorola and OnePlus were preparing for major launch events on August 2 and 3. While Motorola was about to launch the third version of the Razr foldable phone along with the Moto Edge X30 Pro, OnePlus is set to launch the OnePlus Ace Pro, the brand’s first Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 phone. However, recent developments in the country seem to have The two companies pushed to cancel the launch event.
Motorola’s August 2 event was suddenly canceled just hours before the launch event was scheduled. This was announced by the general manager of Lenovo in China, Chen Jin via a Weibo Other (First spotted by Android saladHe did not give a clear reason for dropping the event. Neither Lenovo nor Motorola has revealed any rescheduled launch event dates yet.
Earlier today, Twitter coach Abhishek Yadav (Tweet embedIt was suggested that OnePlus will also cancel today’s OnePlus Ace Pro launch event on August 3. No reason has been mentioned and no official statement has been received from OnePlus yet.
The OnePlus Ace Pro launch has also been canceled today.
– Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) August 3, 2022
Modernization: OnePlus is reported to have confirmed the Weibo The OnePlus Ace Pro launch event has been cancelled. The same was spotted and tweeted by mentor Mukul Sharma (Tweet embed). Check it out below.
– Mukul Sharma (@food menus) August 3, 2022
What is happening in China?
Geopolitical tensions are high in China after House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, arrives in Taiwan on the evening of August 2. The senior American politician has been an outspoken critic of China’s policies on multiple occasions over the past decade. China is so unhappy about Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan that it even issued warnings to US President Joe Biden last week to “not play with fire.”
International launches likely won’t be affected
The OnePlus Ace Pro is set to be launched globally later today, including in India, as the OnePlus 10T. The phone’s global launch event, which takes place in New York City on August 3, will likely not be affected by the cancellation of the China launch.