Sales paused for OnePlus 3 in Europe due to high demand

From August 9 to September 12, sales of the OnePlus 3 will be temporarily suspended in 24 countries.

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OnePlus has always positioned itself as the small, scrappy phone maker just trying to make great phones for its users. And while its latest flagship handset, the OnePlus 3, is indeed a great phone, there are downsides of being a small company. Namely, running out of product.

Due to high demand in Europe, OnePlus announced it will temporarily suspend sales of the phone from August 9 to September 12, in 23 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. Sales in Hong Kong will also be suspended during the same time window.

Until August 9, however, you can still order the handset in those countries (just don't be too surprise if estimated shipping takes longer than expected). After that, however, you can sign up for email notifications to know when the OnePlus 3 is back in stock.

For more info on the handset, like photos and our First Take video, check out our full OnePlus 3 review.

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