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OnePlus 6T stock starts running out globally as OnePlus 7 series nears

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OnePlus 6T stock starts running out globally as OnePlus 7 series nears
The OnePlus 7 series will make its debut in less than three weeks’ time, and right on schedule the ‘out of stock’ sticker has begun appearing alongside certain OnePlus 6T variants in the US and across the globe.

After first launching last November, the entry-level OnePlus 6T that retailed at $549 and offered 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage is no longer available to purchase via the official OnePlus website in the US. Similar situations are present in Spain and Italy, although stock in other markets such as Germany is still available.

Joining this variant is the Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T that offers 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. This version initially retailed at $579 but has actually been out of stock for some time now. OnePlus only produced limited quantities of the variant and sold it in just a handful of countries. 

Regarding the other versions that are on sale, it seems as though the Mirror Black model with 8GB of RAM and the two Midnight Black versions are still available in every market. However, with the OnePlus 7 launch just weeks away it shouldn’t be too long before stock runs out.

Essentially, this article should be your warning. If you are interested in the OnePlus 6T and are thinking of purchasing one, now is your chance. But once the OnePlus website lists the models as ‘out of stock’ there’s now no guarantee they will ever return. Presumably, T-Mobile will stop selling the OnePlus 6T in the near future too.

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