OnePlus 3 was officially announced earlier this month, and for the first time, it’s available without an invite in the launch countries.
The new OnePlus 3 costs £309 in the UK, but it seems the price may increase in the coming weeks following UK’s exit from EU.
It’s mainly due to the fact that after leaving EU, the Pound fell against many other currencies, and since the company’s expenses are mainly in USD with very thin margins, there’s a possibility that OnePlus may increase the price of its flagship device in the UK.
OnePlus said in a post,
We’ve always strived to create the best product and deliver them to customers at a reasonable price. However, the worrying downward trend of the GBP may make it difficult to maintain our current pricing structure in the UK. Our margins have always been thin, and our expenses are mainly in USD. This being the case, sudden drops such as the one that the Pound has recently experienced could have a direct impact on our prices.
So, if you’re planning on buying the OnePlus 3, it’s recommended that you should do it as soon as possible before the price increases.
Source: OnePlusFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News