Back in the last week, OnePlus revealed to the world the highly-anticipated OnePlus 8 series. Today, both smartphones are making way to Europe and India, allowing customers to purchase them via the official website as well as several local retailers.
In the UK, the OnePlus 8 Pro with 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage retails at £800 on OnePlus.com. Interestingly enough, that configuration is only available for the Onyx Black color. If you want 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, you’ll have to accept the Glacial Green Color which is priced at £900. The vanilla OnePlus, in counterpart, retails for £600 if you want the Onyx Black with 8GB RAM and 128GB and £700 if you want the Glacial Green color powered by 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
In Germany, we have a similar situation the 8GB/128GB configuration is available only with the Onyx Black color and retails at €900 via the company’s official website. If you’re in for the 256GB version you’ll need to pay €1,000 and can choose between the Ultramarine Blue and Glacial Green.
The vanilla OnePlus 8 with 128GB is available in Glacial Green color and costs €700. If you want the 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage variant you can choose either the Interstellar Glow or Glacian Green colors. Amazon.de is offering one version of each handset. Otto has both OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro in the two available storage options.
The price information regarding the new OnePlus 8 series in India was revealed a few days ago. Now that the lockdown policies are allowing companies to sell smartphones, customers can finally purchase new smartphones. The OnePlus 8 Pro is available at INR 55,000 while the vanilla edition retails for INR 45,000.
Meanwhile, sales in the United States are set to start tomorrow. While the units have sold out in China, the company will release a new batch of units tomorrow.