OnePlus has announced that it has officially stopped selling the cheaper variant of its flagship device, the OnePlus 2, in the Europe and the US.
The 16GB model apparently has not been doing well, when compared to the 64GB variant.
This is what the company’s spokesperson told Techradar:
“According to feedback we have seen much greater interest in the 64GB version of the OnePlus 2 in North America and Europe, so we have removed the 16GB version from those store pages as of this week.”
The main reason behind this move, is that the higher storage variant costs only $60 little more (at $389) than the basic model which retailed for $329. Naturally, people opted for the 64GB variant, since neither of the phones has a microSD card.
However the OnePlus 2 16GB will still be available in India. Speaking of which, you can pick up the OnePlus 2 64GB Sandstone Black for just Rs 23000, until midnight today.