The OnePlus 7 series is a bit of a first for the company given that it's flogging two smartphones at the same time. We've gone into a more detailed breakdown of the differences between the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7, but the highlights are that the OnePlus 7 is cheaper, has a smaller display, doesn't support 5G, and it sacrifices a few features to hit that price point. Its release date trails behind the OnePlus 7 Pro's too; but not by much according to the latest update. The OnePlus 7 launches on June 4, less than a week after the OnePlus 7 Pro's debut on May 30.
You can pick up the handset from OnePlus, EE (just like the Pro), as well as John Lewis, starting from just £499. Sadly, there is only one available colour - Mirror Grey - but there are two versions to choose from. You can opt for the cheaper 6/128GB model for £499, or splash out on the 8/256GB for £549.
If you'd prefer to get yourself a fancier phone, then check out the best OnePlus 7 Pro UK deals, our OnePlus 7 Pro review, and of course, you'll want a snazzy case to keep that shiny new phone in tip top condition - we've got you covered there too. You're welcome.