Carl Pei, the company's co-founder, announced in a Wednesday forum post that OnePlus will begin selling phones in Australia by the end of the month.
"Later this month, we're bringing the OnePlus 5 to Australia through a soft launch program," he wrote. "The goal will be to test our product, and we'll be opening up a limited trial run for sales."
It's unclear if the devices will be available in-store, or sold through the company's website. In other regions, OnePlus exclusively sells its phones online. However, Australia seems to be a popular market for Chinese brands, with Huawei and Oppo selling their phones through Australian carriers like Optus and Vodafone.
The OnePlus 5 retails from $479 on the site's US portal, which converts to just over AU$600. You'll find a full review and breakdown of the phone.