Update 5/22/2018 at 10:57 A.M. EST:
The OnePlus 6 is now available to order directly from OnePlus.com. The base model will set you back $529, and it comes with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There’s also an 8GB/128GB version that costs $579, or the big daddy that comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for $629.
Remember that the OnePlus 6 will only work on T-Mobile, AT&T, and their related MVNOs and affiliates. CDMA networks — like those run by Verizon and Sprint — will not work.
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The OnePlus 6 release date is Tuesday, May 22. It’ll go on sale in North America, Europe, and Asia (starting in India, with China to follow).
For now, there isn’t any difference in pricing on colors. Although the silk white model is a limited edition model available later — Android Authority understands as early as June — it will be at the same price as the two black models: mirror black and midnight black.
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Below you’ll find a list of markets where you’ll be able to pick up the all-new, all-glass OnePlus 6, and any deals we can find for you. We’ll update this list as more information surfaces – the surprise announcement from the keynote launch was that for those who pre-order through the OnePlus website – no matter where you live – you’ll also receive a pair of the new OnePlus Bullets Wireless.
OnePlus 6 US Price and availability
The OnePlus 6 will launch in the U.S. at the base price of $529, which will get you the OnePlus 6 with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage in mirror black (only).
For $579 you’ll get the model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage in all three color options — mirror black, midnight black, and the limited edition silk white (available later).
The top-of-the-line OnePlus 6 packs 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, available only in midnight black, which is currently the highest spec phone we’ve seen to date, and has a premium price to match at $629.
Note: These prices don’t include any sales taxes.
OnePlus 6 Europe price and availability
In Europe, the base model OnePlus 6 with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage in mirror black only will retail for 519 euros (all prices include VAT).
For 569 euros you’ll get the model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, in midnight black, mirror black, and silk white.
The top of the line model, only available in midnight black, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage will sell for 619 euros.
OnePlus partners with Amazon in Germany, so if you’re an Amazon Prime member, this looks like a fine way to get a OnePlus 6. Interestingly, Amazon Germany was the culprit that accidentally listed the OnePlus 6 and leaked a lot of information before the official announcement. But Amazon’s listings didn’t include the 256GB storage version, so it may be a OnePlus online store option only.
In the Netherlands, Bel Simpel will be the first store to offer the OnePlus 6 in store, with orders as early as 7 p.m. on May 16.
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OnePlus 6 UK price and availability
There’s been no change to the pricing strategy in the U.K.. The base model OnePlus 6 with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, available just in mirror black, will retail for 469 pounds.
For 519 pounds you’ll get the model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, in both midnight black and mirror black, along with the silk white when it becomes available.
The top-of-the-line OnePlus 6 will be available in midnight black only, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and sold for 569 pounds.
OnePlus also partners with Amazon UK, as it does in some other regions, so if you’re an Amazon Prime member, this looks like a decent way to get a OnePlus 6.
OnePlus 6 price in India and availability
In India, the OnePlus 6 has a starting price of 34,999 rupees (~$517) for the 6GB RAM/64GB model and 39,999 rupees (~$590) for the 8GB RAM/128GB variant. All three color models are available. The phone is also available in its 8GB/256GB model for 43,999 rupees (~$640) in midnight black. The Avengers model, which also offers 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, has a price tag of 44,999 rupees (~$664).
The phone is available in India via Amazon.in, the OnePlus India website, the OnePlus Experience Store, and all other OnePlus offline stores. In addition, OnePlus is selling the Bullet earphones in India retailing for 3,999 rupees (~$59).
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OnePlus 6 availability
The OnePlus 6 release date is May 22 in the same regions that saw the OnePlus 5T, and includes the following countries:
- United States
- Czech Republic
- United Kingdom
Both Mainland China and Hong Kong are the ones missing from the May 22 release date — both are set for a later OnePlus 6. Countries currently missing include other parts of Asia and Oceania, such as Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. Mexico, both Central and South America, the Middle East, including Turkey, and Africa also all miss out for now.
Don’t forget as mentioned at the top, everyone who a pre-orders the OnePlus 6 directly through the OnePlus website – no matter where you live – will also receive a pair of the new OnePlus Bullets Wireless, which are worth a handy $69/69 euros/69 pounds.
Update: We found out all the details for India at the local launch, including more on the Avengers edition. Check out pricing and all the launch details here.
That’s it for now. Did we miss anything? Have you spotted any pre-sale deals? If so, help out the community by dropping into the comment section below!
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