16GB OnePlus 2 available to order now for $389.99

16gb oneplus 2

Getting hold of a OnePlus 2 is proving much easier this year compared to when the OPO launched. Resellers are so organised that now the cheaper 16GB OnePlus 2 is also available alongside the 64GB version.

OnePlus made the decision to first launch the 64GB OnePlus 2 in China followed by the slightly more affordable 16GB model. Now that both phones have been released in China, online resellers are now offering the phones to buy now without an invitation.

Both the 16GB and 64GB version of the OnePlus 2 are available through shop.gizchina.com who will ship the phones with the international Oxygen OS ROM pre-installed which also has all the Google services you need.

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Update: Pricing has been updated and now start at $389.99.

Pricing for the 16GB OnePlus 2 is $425.99 but you can reduce that to just $415.99 with the discount code: GIZ10. The 64GB model costs $489.99, less if you use the same discount code. In addition to Oxygen OS the OP2 also comes with USB Type C cable, charger, and FREE tempered glass screen protector.

[ shop.gizchina.com ]
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  1. Tim Watts
    August 12, 2015

    I wish Gizchina had stock a few days ago, I ordered from oppomart on Sunday evening and despite claiming they send out all orders within 48 hours I´ve heard nothing yet 🙁

  2. manohar basavaraju
    August 12, 2015

    too costly…

  3. quodvadis
    August 12, 2015

    lol. highway robbery.

  4. Eno
    August 12, 2015

    Its a fucking phone. After 1 year you will pray that it breaks.

  5. joe
    August 12, 2015

    Yeah that’s more expensive than the lg g4 in my country. Jesus christ!

    The meizu mx4 pro can be bought for less than $250 and has very, very comparable specs.

  6. Timonius
    August 13, 2015

    This is the chinese version am i right? Not the EU version.

  7. CoinPhone
    August 13, 2015

    Very expensive! Buying a phone like that without a service centre in my country and basically no after sales service meaning it’s a throw-away phone. Not worthwhile. I am still yet to get back my defective tablet from China nearly a year there. I only used it for less than a month.