The price of the OnePlus 3 is set to increase from £309 to £329 after July 11 in the UK due to the results of the Brexit vote.
Earlier today they sent an email to people subscribed to their newsletter, which was as follows:
As we outlined in our heads-up post a few days ago, we’ve seen a downward trend for the Pound against the USD over the past few months. While we’ve held off action for as long as we can, the sharp drop witnessed in the currency markets following the Brexit decision has forced us to re-evaluate the OnePlus 3’s pricing in the UK at a time of significant demand.
Given the effects of the unstable markets on our extremely thin margins, we’re reluctantly going to have make some small changes to our pricing structure for the device. In practical terms for our customers, this means that from July 11, 2016 (that’s next Monday), the OnePlus 3 will be £329 in the UK.
Please note that this increase only applies to the price of the OnePlus 3. Accessories will not be affected, and will remain and their current prices in GBP.
We’re keen to ensure that our fans always receive the very best value, and we try to be as open and honest as possible. Thank you for your understanding and your support.
OnePlus had beforehand cautioned customers that it might need to summon a value ascend in the UK taking after the political and monetary aftermath from Brexit – so this most recent news doesn’t come as a complete stun.
Those in different nations avid to get their hands on the most recent versatile offering from OnePlus needn’t fear a comparative circumstance, with costs anticipated that would stick with it.
For clients in the UK, we’re unrealistic to see value ascends from the real fabricates, yet firms on more tightly spending plans (any semblance of WileyFox and Honor for instance) may need to rethink their situating.
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