Amazon and OnePlus have reduced the OnePlus 10T during Black Friday. Available for as little as US$575 on Amazon, the OnePlus 10T features the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, a 120 Hz display and supports 150 W fast charging, among other features.
OnePlus may have reduced the OnePlus 10 Pro during Black Friday, but the company has also shaved a few dollars off the newer OnePlus 10T. Available from OnePlus itself and Amazon, the savings are more modest than those for the OnePlus 10 Pro. However, they still undercut the OnePlus 10T’s MSRP by a healthy margin.
On the one hand, OnePlus is offering 7% off the 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage SKU and 6% off the 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage option, which reduces the pair to US$599 and US$699, respectively. Applicable to both Jade Green and Moonstone Black colourways, the percentage reductions represent a US$50 saving across all OnePlus 10T SKUs.
On the other hand, Amazon has gone further with the 8 GB of RAM edition in Moonstone Black. At the time of writing, the retailer sells this SKU for US$575.02, a 12% saving on the device’s US$649.99 MSRP. The same savings apply across other OnePlus 10T in Jade Green and the 16 GB of RAM model, which only comes in Moonstone Black. All deals will continue to run throughout Black Friday and do not appear to have any associated stock limits. Please see our OnePlus 10T review for information about OnePlus’ latest flagship and how it compares to the OnePlus 10 Pro.
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Alex Alderson, 2022-11-24 (Update: 2022-11-24)