T-Mobile brings the OnePlus 7 Pro back from the dead ahead of the OnePlus 8 announcement
What might arguably be even weirder than T-Mo's decision to halt OnePlus 7 Pro sales in the first place ahead of releasing the slightly less glamorous OnePlus 7T is that the Snapdragon 855 powerhouse with a pop-up selfie camera in tow has made a discreet comeback at the nation's third-largest wireless service provider, as noticed on Reddit.
buy a Nebula Blue or Mirror Grey OnePlus 7 Pro from T-Mobile once again in exchange for $699.99. That's not exactly affordable by the brand's (old) standards, but it's definitely worth pointing out that you're looking at a 256GB storage configuration here also packing a generous 8 gigs of memory.Yes, you can (randomly)
While the same variant is still available at a full 150 bucks less directly from the website of the China-based manufacturer, actually receiving the deeply discounted device after placing your order might not prove an easy task, as waiting times are currently listed at 2 months. So, yeah, if you don't have a problem spending 700 bucks outright or $29.17 a month for two years, T-Mobile's official e-store is a pretty safe bet for a quick delivery likely to take place by the end of the week.
7T Pro 5G McLaren in T-Mobile's portfolio of robust iPhone and high-end Samsung Galaxy alternatives. The only problem is the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are almost certainly right around the corner, and at least one of the two fast-approaching devices is pretty much guaranteed to hit Magenta, possibly forcing the 7 Pro out of the lineup for good.The $699.99 OnePlus 7 Pro is essentially sandwiched between the $499.99 OnePlus 7T and $899.99
Until that happens, you'll want to remember this bad boy earned rave reviews for everything from its 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display with a massive diagonal of 6.67 inches, top-shelf resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels, and virtually no bezel (or cutout) to the overall performance, blazing fast charging capabilities, excellent triple rear-facing camera setup, more than respectable battery life, and even surprisingly decent in-display fingerprint sensor.