After its Indian release yesterday, the OnePlus 7 Pro successfully arrived in the Uncle Sam land. Those residing in the United States will be able to purchase the new flagship through the company’s official online store. The model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of Storage starts at $669, the 8/256 model retails for $699, while the 12/256 variant costs $749.
Worth noting that those going for the OnePlus 7 Pro 6/128 variant will only have the Mirror Black variant, while the 12/256 version is only available in the gorgeous Nebula Blue color. If you’re going for the mid-tier option with 8/256 you’ll be able to opt between the two colors, and in the future, the Almond color will also be joining this particular tier.
Since U.S. customers usually rely on carriers to purchase smartphones, worth noting that the handset will also be available at T-Mobile, but it only offers the variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of Storage. Through the carrier’s installment plan, customers pay $29.17 monthly for two years for the device. The full retail price is the same as it is at OnePlus – $699.
Canadian citizens also received the new Chinese smartphone today, and as you might expect, it’s also available through their respective OnePlus online store. The color options are exactly the same as for the US, while the prices are as follows: 6/128GB CAD 999 (~$743,35), 8/256GB CAD 1,049 (780,55), 12/256GB CAD 1,119 (~$832,64).
The OnePlus 7 Pro is powered by the excellent Snapdragon 855 and counts with a bezel-free 6.4-inch screen. Furthermore, it includes a pop-up selfie snapper and a massive 4,000mAh battery.