OnePlus 3 listing on India's Zauba confirms previous $305 pricing rumor

OnePlus 3 listing on India's Zauba confirms previous $305 pricing rumor
The OnePlus 3 will be unveiled via the manufacturer's VR event on June 14th. The doors open at 12:30pm Eastern time (9:30 am Pacific Time), and for the first time in history, viewers will be able to make a purchase over VR. From the moment that the door opens until 3pm Eastern, the Loop VR Space Station will include a shopping mall giving buyers the chance to purchase the new "flagship killer." The phone will remain exclusive to the VR mall until 3pm Eastern Time; once the clock strikes 3, the handset will be available from the OnePlus website.

Speaking of the OnePlus 3 and websites, the device just showed up on India's Zauba import-export website. The listing, dated June 9th, shows that 7200 units of a model with 64GB of RAM were imported into the country from Hong Kong. The value of the shipment came to 164.6 million Indian Rupees, which translates into $2.46 million USD. Each individual unit was valued at the equivalent of $341 USD. At that price, we assume that the model listed features 4GB of RAM.

Just a few days ago, we passed along a rumor that the OnePlus 3 with 4GB RAM and 32GB of native storage will set you back $305 USD. That rumor could be legit now that it would appear that the model with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage might be priced in the area of $341 USD.


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