OnePlus 3T in Midnight Black is officially sold out

The limited "Midnight Black" edition of the OnePlus 3T is now officially out of stock on a global basis. The news comes just a few days after we reported that the phone was sold out in all markets apart from Hong Kong and the UK.

As you might know, the Chinese manufacturer initially intended to use black as the main color variation for the aluminum body of the OnePlus 3. This was supposed to serve as an homage of sorts to the original OnePlus One, but low production yields halted the company's ambitions.

It took over a year to get the manufacturing process up to standard, but the hue eventually managed to appear in limited numbers of the 3T. The firm took to Facebook to officially announce the news.

Did you manage to get one of these? Or are you perhaps kicking yourself for missing the opportunity? OnePlus fans that didn't manage to buy the Midnight Black 3T might find consolation in the fact that OnePlus 5 is just around the corner. And judging by the popularity of the color, we're pretty sure that it will appear on the new flagship.

And we're out! The limited edition OnePlus 3T Midnight Black is officially sold out.

Posted by OnePlus on Thursday, May 4, 2017

source: Facebook



1. Cat97

Posts: 2019; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

...and who cares ?

5. IronTech

Posts: 154; Member since: May 27, 2016

Yep, you do care enough to comment.

2. Bankz

Posts: 2550; Member since: Apr 08, 2016

Just goes to show u how important black is...

3. RebelwithoutaClue unregistered

Black phones matter...

4. piyath

Posts: 2445; Member since: Mar 23, 2012

Everyone is screaming about the stupid S8/S8+ deal in the other article which costs you $750-$850 anyway while the best phone money can buy is all alone right here. Oneplus 5 will be a great hit.

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