OnePlus China have stock of 64GB OnePlus One

64gb opo china

Earlier today we posted the disappointing news that Oneplus One customers will be in for a delay, well that’s true for international customers at least.

Fans around the global are chomping at the bit to get an invitation to buy the OnePlus One, and even then are having to suffer through delays for it to arrive.

But this is only true to customers outside of China, those living in the mainland have been enjoying a steady supply of the “2014 Flagship Killer” for weeks, and now even the 64GB Sandstone model is on sale!

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China’s branch of OnePlus announced today that they have the 64GB Sandstone version of the OPO and will begin sales of the phone through their E-commerce site for 2299 Yuan ($370). Although the sales are designed for Chinese customers only, the chances are high that scalpers and resellers will manage to secure stock of the highly sought after phone too.

We recently compared the Chinese and Global versions of the OnePlus One, you can take at the hands on of both version plus videos here.

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  1. Soraya
    July 2, 2014

    This is a run between OnePlus One 64GB and Xiaomi Mi3 64GB. Hope they’ll both drop their prices 😀

    • Simon
      July 2, 2014

      Isn’t the next generation Xiaomi flagship going to show up by September ?

      • Soraya
        July 3, 2014

        Yes, rumours say something like that – or even November? Not quite sure. Of course, that would drop the prices, too 🙂

  2. nitro
    July 2, 2014

    Therefore we should expect it in Aliexpress for $410-430 depending on the seller. Still a ripoff.

  3. wat
    July 2, 2014

    Price ruins this, overhyped junk. LG for the win.

  4. hed190
    July 3, 2014

    One Plus SUCKS! i’m waiting for months to get one of the 64gb’s!!

    • Soraya
      July 3, 2014

      Why? But you can order it now from many resellers (without invitation). On Geekbuying, for example