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Netflix partners with OnePlus

Celebrates association with the release of much-awaited Sacred Games Season 2 posters and behind-the-scenes shot on OnePlus 7 Pro

Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service has partnered with premium smartphone brand OnePlus. The association is based on the common philosophy of a community and member-first approach to deliver an incredible Netflix viewing experience on the much awaited OnePlus 7 Pro. The HDR supported razor sharp display of OnePlus 7 Pro will set new standards in mobile viewing of content, giving Netflix fans an immersive viewing experience.

Celebrating this association, Netflix released two posters from their much-awaited original series Sacred Games Season 2. The posters are shot on OnePlus 7 Pro and demonstrate its industry leading camera capabilities. The stunning posters capture the iconic intensity of the two most loved Sacred Games characters - Sartaj Singh (Saif Ali Khan) and Ganesh Gaitonde (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). Netflix also gave fans a sneak peek into the series by releasing a behind-the-scenes video, also shot on the OnePlus 7 Pro.

“Through incredible devices like the OnePlus 7 Pro, consumers increasingly are able to enjoy an amazing viewing experience on Netflix. We are thrilled to celebrate the epic fandom of Sacred Games with posters and a behind-the-scenes video shot on the OnePlus 7 Pro," said Jerome Bigio, Director-Partner Marketing, APAC, Netflix.

“OnePlus continues to look for innovative ways to engage and bring unique experiences to our community. We are excited to partner with Netflix and Sacred Games Season 2 to creatively showcase the impressive capabilities of OnePlus 7 Pro. We can’t wait to unveil more about the product and the partnership at the launch event,” said Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India.

Featuring a powerful three camera set-up and exquisite craftsmanship, OnePlus will launch its latest flagship smartphone on May 14, 2019 at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre.

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