With OnePlus 7T on the way, T-Mobile discontinues 7 Pro sales

Enrique, 30 September 2019

OnePlus announced the refreshed 7T last week with an updated triple camera, bigger 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED screen, and faster Warp Charge technology. The phone launched in the US with a cheaper price point of $599 and the phone’s sales will begin on October 8 at 10AM ET.

T-Mobile will also sell the 7T, as it has been carrying OnePlus phones since last year’s 6T. However, the OnePlus 7 Pro is no longer available from T-Mobile’s website or the T-Mobile app, as confirmed by Phone Arena via a T-Mobile customer representative.

OnePlus 6T, 7T, 7 Pro OnePlus 6T, 7T, 7 Pro

Unlike the general unlocked sales of the 7T, T-Mobile is going to begin selling the new OnePlus phone on October 18. While the 7 Pro is no longer available from T-Mobile, US customers can still purchase one unlocked, directly from OnePlus.

The Initial wave of reviews of the 7T were mostly positive, but it also raised the question as to whether the OnePlus 7T is different enough from the OnePlus 7 Pro. Whichever the case, T-Mobile decided to discontinue the 7 Pro’s supply with the 7T on the way. Despite the generally positive reviews from T-Mobile customers, the phone isn’t even six months old at this point. The OnePlus 7 Pro went for $699 in T-Mobile stores so perhaps the 7T’s lower price will boost sales.

OnePlus 6T launch day at T-Mobile in Times Square NYC OnePlus 6T launch day at T-Mobile in Times Square NYC

There is also the possibility of a rumored OnePlus 7T Pro, which OnePlus is yet to acknowledge. Perhaps this phone would replace the 7 Pro but we are not hopeful that it will come to the US

The OnePlus 7T is a worthy replacement for the OnePlus 7 Pro, but there are a couple of differences that would make the slightly older 7 Pro worth considering over the 7T like the curved edges or the notch-less display. It also has the pop-up selfie camera and there are some slight hardware differences in the telephoto camera.



Reader comments

  • Pure
  • 01 Oct 2019
  • Ti5

Yes, but make sure the device supports the proper wireless bands. They will not work on Sprint or Verizon.

  • Anonymous
  • 01 Oct 2019
  • uZa

What's the point of this? They'll have to reduce the price of OP7 Pro? OnePlus 7 Pro is superior phone IMO and should not be discontinued

I know. And they're not aiming too either. Even if they sell just one more million of units, that's still a win on their part

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