OnePlus permanently cuts prices on all of its smartphones

OnePlus permanently cuts prices on all of its smartphones
OnePlus announced a series of permanent price cuts today for all of its smartphones. Even if you bought your OnePlus handset two weeks ago, you are going to receive the lower price since the company has made the pricing retroactive going back 14-days. If you do qualify for the new pricing, OnePlus wants you to visit Customer Support at

The part of you that sees good in everyone and everything is telling your mind that OnePlus cut prices so that more people in the world can afford their phones. The dark side of you, which manifests as that devil on your shoulder, is telling you that OnePlus is simply trying to move product and lower inventory just before it unveils the OnePlus 3, which is rumored to take place on June 14th. Once again, OnePlus will be using VR to introduce its new flagship, but this time you will be able to buy the new model from a virtual shop.

The Sandstone Black OnePlus 2 with 64GB of storage is now $299. The OnePlus X is $199 in Champagne (the model in Onyx is sold out, as is the OnePlus One). Remember, these are permanent changes, so there is no rush to make a purchase. In fact you might want to wait to see what the OnePlus 3 is all about before picking up one of the older models.

source: OnePlus



4. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

$299 for 2017's flagship killer, lol


Posts: 1168; Member since: Oct 05, 2015

Why does it have to be the dark side? That's a win-win situation: we get the same phone for cheap, they get to clear stock. Why not report on Cupertino's evil doings?

2. janis

Posts: 397; Member since: Mar 10, 2014

that skin on 1st picture looks dope!

5. apple4never

Posts: 1064; Member since: May 08, 2013

Im pretty sure its a style swap cover not a skin, but yea carbon fibre always looks dope!

1. antmiu2

Posts: 552; Member since: Jun 19, 2011

I hope the OP3 is $350

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