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In addition to announcing the OnePlus 7 Pro flagship, Bullets Wireless 2 earphones, and some discounts for the OnePlus 6T, the company also announced the OnePlus 7 today. And, it was at the announcement that it became clear why the OnePlus 6T gets a discount: the OnePlus 7 (sans Pro) will not be available in North America. Instead, the company is dropping the prices for last year’s model.

The OnePlus 7 is basically a spec-bump from the 6T, from which it borrows its looks almost entirely. While the physical dimensions stay the same, and so does the 6.41-inch 1080p AMOLED display, the earpiece above the waterdrop notch gets a bit larger.

The OnePlus 7 borrows the Snapdragon 855 processor from the OnePlus 7 Pro, alongside the UFS 3.0 file system. Memory options include 6- and 8GB of RAM, while storage is either 128- or 256GB. The camera duo on the back consists of a Sony-based 48MP shooter, paired with a 5MP depth sensor, while the front-facer is a 16MP unit.

Dual stereo speakers are also in for your multimedia needs, and a 3,700mAh battery is powering everything. In terms of pricing, the OnePlus 7 will cost £499 or €559 for the 6GB/128GB variant, and £549 or €609 for the 8GB/256GB version.

The phone will be available in June, in Midnight Gray (seen above), but some regions will also get a red option as well.

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