Falling Euro prices mean the OnePlus One is now dearer by another few bucks


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It’s no secret that the Euro’s value has constantly been falling. Today is perhaps the first of many price hikes that Chinese vendors will endow upon prospective buyers of their devices.

Hours back, OnePlus notified us that the One will now going to be a more expensive phone than what it was launched for in Europe. Back in April last year, it was announced that the One would cost €269/€299 for the 16GB Silk White and the 64GB Sandstone Black versions respectively. After the price hike, which comes into effect 25th March onwards, the phone will sell for €299/€349; at par on magnitude with its US$ pricing.

While the price of future hardware may increase, OnePlus is committed to continue making razor thin margins on hardware. This includes the OnePlus 2 which can expected in the third quarter of this year.OnePlus

OnePlus also note that that the phone will be available for the original €269/€299 during next Tuesday’s open sale… and that pricing of accessories remains unchanged.

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