On the mainland, the 7T costs €600 and you can have it Glacier Blue or Frosted Silver. 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is the only option.
The Pro model is €760 and your choices are even more limited – you can have it in any color as long as it’s Haze Blue and 8/256GB is the memory configuartion. The McLaren Edition (12/256GB) is coming on November 5.
In the UK, the prices are £550 for the 7T and £700 for the Pro. Note that you can trade in an old device, e.g. a OnePlus 6T is good for €170 off. Students can apply for a 5% discount on phones and 10% off on accessories.
The US is only getting the OnePlus 7T, which costs $600. Again, no memory options, the only choice to make is to pick a color. As you probably already know, the OnePlus 7T Pro is not available, you can get the non-T Pro instead.
We reviewed the 7T last month and published a 7T Pro hands-on review last week, you can refer to those for more details on the phones. We also handled the McLaren Edition in case you're wondering what makes it special.
I have owned most of the Samsung flagships and a few iPhones, this one is better in every way, and at a lower price. Feel sorry for people who pay 1000+ for inferior phones.
I concur with this. Huawei invariably pulls out magic and i haven't heard any major issues like we hear in other major brands...only very high quality stuff from Huawei...
Well, OnePlus (the company) is developing too. From flagship killers they have become flagship. Their fantastic phones are as much flagship as Apple(??) or Samsung, not to mention the mediocre pieces of Google. So the price hike is fair. But the real...