The OnePlus 5T is now sold out across Europe

OnePlus has announced that the OnePlus 5T is sold out across Europe. The phone went out of stock in North America at the end of last month, and it looks like prospective customers will have to wait for the OnePlus 6, which should make its debut imminently.

OnePlus says that the 5T sold out "well ahead of expectation" in North America, with the company netting a revenue of $1.4 billion last year. Meanwhile in Europe, OnePlus inked a deal with Swedish carrier Telia and a retailer agreement with Amazon in Germany. From CEO and founder Pete Lau:

OnePlus was born from a simple idea – to give people the best possible smartphone, a beautiful balance of power and design.We've always worked closely with our community, listening to and implementing feedback and that's one of the reasons for the success of the OnePlus 5T, so I'd like to thank them for helping us to constantly improve and driving our growth in Europe.

The phone is still on sale in India (opens in new tab), OnePlus' largest market. The company has dominated the premium segment in India, and it looks like the subcontinent will be an area of focus for OnePlus with its upcoming phone as well, with an Avengers-themed variant set to make its debut.

Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia at Android Central. He leads the site's coverage of Chinese phone brands, contributing to reviews, features, and buying guides. He also writes about storage servers, audio products, and the semiconductor industry. Contact him on Twitter at @chunkynerd.

  • in Denmark some carriers still sell the Oneplus 5T 128gb in black or Red for 700 $
  • Bet 02 still has it in the UK.
    Last time I looked they still had the 5.
  • Still selling at gearbest, tomtop, banggood, aliexpress. i think
  • And this affects me how? I never planned on getting the 5T anyway and I sure as hell won't buy any other Android phone except a Pixel 2 XL, especially in light of the recent controversy with OEMs missing security updates and lying about it.
  • Think you maybe at the wrong site if you expect every article to effect you.
  • This makes sense. For him atleast!
  • Out of curiosity, why did you open the article, proceed to the comment section and type one out if it's irrelevant to you?