These are the OnePlus 7/Pro retail prices, and a new features promo

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UPDATE: The OnePlus 7 Pro prices are now fully disclosed, and you can grab the phone as soon as today from the T-Mobile Signature Stores that host launch events, starting with the one in NYC. The nationwide release at other T-Mobile stores and online is scheduled for this Friday, May 17th:

May 14th from 2pm-10pm ET

  • NYC T-Mobile Signature Store: 1535 Broadway St. Ste 161A New York, NY, 10036

May 15th, starting at 2pm local time

  • Chicago T-Mobile Signature Store: 700 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL, 60611
  • Las Vegas T-Mobile Signature Store: 3791 S Las Vegas Blvd S. Ste 1300, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Miami T-Mobile Signature Store: 738 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
  • San Francisco T-Mobile Signature Store: 1 Stockton St. San Francisco, CA 94108
  • Santa Monica T-Mobile Signature Store: 1410 3rd St Promenade. Santa Monica, CA 90401

The 8GB/256GB model that T-Mobile will sell in the US, goes for the refreshing $699. The "basic" 6GB RAM/128GB model is just $670, while the souped-up version with the whopping 12GB RAM and 256GB storage will be going for the humble $750 in the US.

Original story follows below:

There is not much left that we don't know about the OnePlus 7 Pro, save for the official pricing range and the promo materials that will be used to disseminate knowledge about the handset, and today both blanks got filled.

OnePlus is no longer a scrappy startup selling phones at cost, trying to make its mark in the world. It is featured on some of the largest carriers, including T-Mobile in the US, and has built a legion of loyal followers thanks to its value-for-money offering and smooth software.

The pricing advantage has been steadily eroding with each passing edition, though, and, if the official UK tags are any indication, it will be a while before OnePlus restores its reputation for affordability.

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The company is gearing up to reveal two models today - OnePlus 7 that starts at £499 for the 6GB/128GB model, while the 8GB/256GB one is just 50 quid more, and the 7 Pro at £649 for the 6GB/128GB version, £699 for the 8GB/256GB model, and the whopping £799 for the top model with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. Slap a hundred more, and you will get to the US prices, as these price transfers work, so anything between $600-$900. The new Bullets Wireless 2 earbuds will be priced at £99, or a tad over a Benjamin in the US.

The OnePlus 7 Pro is expected to feature a pop up selfie shooter that extends from the body to snap one for the team, and then retract back, leaving you with the uninterrupted front of the device. 

Said front is supposed to sport a curved OLED display, sloping to the sides, similar to Samsung's S-line phones, or the Huawei P30 Pro, for instance. The $600 OnePlus, on the other hand, will make do with a dewdrop notch and less hardware bells and whistles, yet might turn out to be the more popular device thanks to its pricing.

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