The Unlocked 256GB OnePlus 10T Is $100 Off And It Isn’t Even Out Yet

Amazon is now offering you the chance to get your hands on a new and unlocked 256GB OnePlus 10T, a device that hasn’t officially gone on sale yet. That means that you can place an order now and save $100 and have your new phone arrive on September 29.

Amazon doesn’t ask that anyone enters any discount codes or clips any on-screen coupons as part of this deal, with buyers simply needing to place an order as they would for any other product and at any other time. There’s no indication whether this deal will hang around way beyond launch day, though, so be sure to place an order now if this is a phone that you’ve had your eye on.

Buy: OnePlus 10T | Moonstone Black | 5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version from Amazon: $649.99 | Original price: $750

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At the time of writing, the OnePlus 10T doesn’t have any reviews on Amazon because the product hasn’t been released yet, but we can expect that to change soon enough. The phone itself ships with some notable features, not least the ability to charge to enough battery to last a full day in just 10 minutes. That’s pretty insane.

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The OnePlus 10T uses the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip and comes with 256GB of storage and 16GB of RAM. The display is a 6.7-inch 120Hz FHD+ Fluid Display, with an adaptive refresh rate allowing ti to save power when needed. There is also an always-on display mode, too.

Again, we don’t yet know when this deal will come to a close so order now if you want to be sure that you won’t miss out.

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