Update: OnePlus 7 Pro on sale too! OnePlus 7 Pro a little too expensive? Grab a OnePlus 7 for $499.99


The OnePlus 7 Pro is an undeniably awesome smartphone. From the massive 90Hz OLED display to the top of the line internals, and even the motorized selfie camera, it’s an all around flagship killer.

But it’s not exactly what OnePlus once stood for. The company was founded on building budget devices, smartphones with high end specs and mid-range prices. While there were sacrifices to be made, the sacrifices were usually in places where users were willing to give something up for halving the price of a flagship.

The OnePlus 7 Pro is not cheap with a base price of $669, going up to $699 for the 256GB model. One might say that OnePlus has lost its way, despite the great end product.

Thankfully the company is also selling the cheaper OnePlus 7, though it is not offered in the US. You get a 6.4-inch 2,340 x 1080 60Hz OLED, a Snapdragon 855, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 48MP main rear camera, a 5MP depth sensing camera, and a 3,700 mAh battery. The pop-up camera is also gone, replaced with a small teardrop notch.

You’re really not giving up much with the standard OnePlus 7, as this model offers all the same flagship performance, RAM, and storage of the Pro model. And it’s only $499.99 with free shipping to the US! Hit the source link to get yours and save some cash. And do make sure to check the compatible bands, buying international phones means carrier compatibility is never guaranteed.

Source: GearBest

Update: The OnePlus 7 Pro has now gone on sale too! You can get a black international model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for only $639.99. It’s not a huge sale, but it’s a good chance to save a bit of money on one of the hottest phones of the year. Click here to get yours, and keep in mind that the $499.99 OnePlus 7 is still available!

Dima Aryeh
A tech nerd from childhood, Dima also enjoys building and racing cars as well as photography and video games to pass the time.

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