OnePlus says the base OnePlus 9 Pro actually won’t be sold in North America

The OnePlus 9 Pro went on sale April 2nd, but so far the $969 base model that comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage isn’t really available in North America. the company said android police On April 3, they said the basic version was still in development, but now android police, actually not heading to the US or Canada due to “unexpected supply constraints”.

Here is the full statement. android police:

“The OnePlus 9 Pro 8x128GB variant was originally going to sell for $969 in North America. Unfortunately, due to unexpected supply restrictions associated with North American units, it has recently been concluded that it is no longer possible to bring this configuration to the US and Canada. In North America, we are prioritizing the 12x256GB version to give users access to the highest-end devices.”

This decision means that the only OnePlus 9 Pro model available to US and Canadian consumers is the more expensive $1,069 version with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. But if you’re looking for a cheaper OnePlus phone, the OnePlus 9 is still a good choice, according to a review from my colleague Allison Johnson. It doesn’t have all the features of the 9 Pro, but it starts at $729 and is $340 cheaper.

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