OnePlus will unveil the OnePlus 6T before the end of the month, giving the company a new phone to focus on. The Chinese brand is therefore probably keen to shift some units of its previous flagship phone — the OnePlus 6 — before it’s discontinued. This could be why it’s currently part of a splendid offer on Amazon India.
You’ll find the offer on the retailer’s website as part of the Great Indian Festival promotion, which kicked off yesterday. The phone has been reduced to 34,999 Indian rupees (~$470) on the website from its regular 39,999 rupee price tag (~$540). You can also pick up the 256GB model for 38,999 rupees (~$525), down from 43,999 rupees (~$595).
Better still, you can score a further 2,000 rupee discount if you pay with an SBI credit or debit card. Both models are available in Silk White, Midnight Black, and Mirror Black.
You might be wary about picking up the OnePlus 6 given that the 6T is on the horizon, but it will undoubtedly cost more than this (the T device typically costs a bit more than the standard series), and the OnePlus 6 may be discontinued before you get a shot at a better deal.
If you’re interested, you can find the offer at the button below. You might want to act quickly, though — the OnePlus 6 64GB option was available at a discount too, but it’s now out of stock.