OnePlus a few days ago officially announced its latest flagship smartphones: OnePlus 8 and OnePlus8 Pro. Pre-order for both devices in the States, and Europe is tipped for April 29th, and what is more, shipping commences too on the sea day. Oneplus enthusiast in its homeland China can already buy the Oneplus 8 and Oneplus 8 Pro, with the base variant retailing for just 3,999 RMB ($565), while the premium OnePlus 8 Pro goes for 5,399 RMB ($765).
Having revealed pricing for both devices in all major locations of the World, the Chinese firm has now revealed the Oneplus 8 series pricing for the Indian market. While the device hits the stores in the States, and Europe later this month, the phone maker has only revealed the phones will be available for purchase in India beginning from next month. though with no specific date yet.
How much will the Oneplus 8 and 8 Pro cost in India
If you’re interested in buying either the Oneplus 8 or OnePlus 8Pro in India, here’s everything you need to know the pricing in the country. First off, both devices will be hitting the Indian market in three variants, unlike other countries where it is available in two variants. Pricing for the OnePlus8 and OnePlus 8Pro is as follows:
- OnePlus 8: INR 41,999 (~$549) for the 6GB+128GB model
- OnePlus 8: INR 44,999 (~$588) for the 8GB+128GB model
- OnePlus 8: INR 49,999 (~$653) for the12GB + 256GB model
For the Oneplus 8Pro, fans in India will receive the device in two variants – an 8GB + 128GB that will come in Glacial Green and Onyx Black color options, as well as, a 12GB + 256GB model painted in Glacial Green, Onyx Black, and Ultramarine Blue color options.
- OnePlus 8 Pro: 8GB + 128GB | INR 54,999 (~$718)
- OnePlus 8 Pro: 12GB + 256GB | INR 59,999 (~$784)
India is a key market for OnePlus, accounting for over a third of the company’s global sales. And as you would notice, the Oneplus8 and 8 Pro is relatively cheaper compared to their pricing in the States, perhaps, due in part to the fact that Oneplus 8 and 8 Pro meant for the India market are manufactured in India which means it should be cheaper than in countries where it is imported.