Despite a wealth of rumors regarding the OnePlus 5T, its exact price has continued to escape us. Yesterday, we reported that upcoming device would probably cost less than $600. This was based on a comment from OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, but it gave us only an idea of what we could expect to pay for the 5T.

According to a new report from TechRadar, the OnePlus 5T will in fact cost the same as the OnePlus 5 — at least in the UK.

TechRadar says the price was detailed in a confidential document relating to UK carrier O2, which also revealed that it would arrive in 64 GB and 128 GB storage versions. The 64 GB OnePlus 5 model went on sale for £449 in the UK with O2, while the 128 GB model was set at £499. Presumably, these are the figures that TechRadar saw, though it didn’t specifically state the prices in its report.

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If this information is accurate, it’s likely that OnePlus has the same price strategy planned for the US. This would put the OnePlus 5T 64 GB at $479 and the 128 GB variant at $539. Note that these prices represent both the introductory and final selling prices — excluding special offers, they remained the same since release.

The OnePlus 5T will be unveiled at a New York event on November 16 and on sale from November 21: for more details on what it’s expected to offer, visit our dedicated OnePlus 5T rumors post at the link.

How do you feel about a OnePlus 5T for $479? Does that sound like a good deal? Let us know in the comments.

Scott Adam Gordon

Scott Adam Gordon is a European correspondent for Android Authority. Follow him on Twitter and Google+ at the links.