The OnePlus 7 Pro price has dropped to a new low, with enough time for you to order it and have it delivered ahead of Christmas.
Update: Amazon has taken another £10 off the price of the 256GB OnePlus 7 Pro, making this an even more attractive deal.
You can now pick up the OnePlus 7 Pro with 256GB of storage for just
£564.61 £554.61 - yes, it's dropped by another £10 - at Amazon, which is actually cheaper than the £575 the handset dropped to at John Lewis during Black Friday.
It's also cheaper than the current offer on OnePlus' website, with the firm running a £100 off deal when the code 'OP7PRO' is used at checkout - taking the price of the 256GB handset down to £599.
So if you're looking to get a friend or family member a new phone - or perhaps it's time to treat yourself - you're getting a whole host of features at a great price with this OnePlus 7 Pro deal.
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Serious bang for your buck
As well as offering you oodles of storage space, this OnePlus 7 Pro also boasts a novel pop-up camera, huge 6.67-inch display, high-end Snapdragon 855 chipset, 8GB of RAM, three rear cameras and a sizable 4,000mAh.
In our OnePlus 7 Pro review we said; "The OnePlus 7 Pro has a few surprises behind its stunning all-screen front, unblemished by a notch cutout or punch-hole camera.
"It hides a novel pop-up selfie camera and offers a 90Hz screen refresh rate that makes games and movie-watching look extremely fluid."
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