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OnePlus One to enter several European markets

Thursday 5 March 2015 | 12:00 CET | News
OnePlus has started selling the OnePlus One model in a number of countries, including Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Croatia, Íreland, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania and Slovenia. No pricing details have been released. In global markets, the device sells for EUR 269 (16 GB) and EUR 314 (64 GB).

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