OnePlus One available for $250 for a limited time
The OnePlus One has received raved reviews, but the limited supply and restrictive invitation system turned customers off for the longest time. Now, the Chinese manufacturer is selling the entry-level 16 GB model directly for $250, or $50 less than the original asking price.
In typical OnePlus fashion, however, the lower prices will only be in effect from June 1 to June 7 and only while supplies last. In fact, the 16 GB white model is already sold out at the time of writing. Meanwhile, the 64 GB version is still available for $300. The manufacturer is planning to announce availability everyday until June 7 through the official OnePlus forums at unspecified times.
The deal is available worldwide, though OnePlus specifically excludes customers from South East Asia and India for now and plans to offer similar special prices for these regions at some point in the near future. Because of the sudden drop in the strength of the Euro a few months prior, the 16 GB model now matches the US price nominally.
See here for our full review on the OnePlus One.
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