You officially will never need an invite from OnePlus to buy its products ever again.

Well, if we’re talking about the OnePlus X and the OnePlus 2 in the US.

To be clear, you can already get both phones from third-party suppliers on Amazon right now, but OnePlus will soon be officially providing the site with its phones soon. The OnePlus 2 will be $299 on the marketplace — we presume it’s going to be the 64GB variant as that’s the price it is currently up for at oneplus.net — while the OnePlus X will be up for $199.

The UK is already getting some direct love from OnePlus as the company is selling the OnePlus 2 to Amazon customers for £249.

Could this move pave the way for an Amazon debut of the OnePlus 3? It’s a potential power move for the startup to gain big-time visibility and to show that it has grown its production capacity. We’ll have to see if it can really step up to the plate.

Source: OnePlus

 

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