OnePlus has decided to drop the cheapest option of the OnePlus 2 from its online UK, US and European stores.
The company took the 16GB OnePlus 2 down from its website at the beginning of the week as it's seen more interest in the 64GB version of the phone.
A OnePlus spokesperson told techradar, "According to feedback we have seen much greater interest in the 64GB version of the OnePlus 2 in North America and Europe, so we have removed the 16GB version from those store pages as of this week."
"We will continue to offer the 16GB version in limited markets such as India, where customers are more interested in an option for different amounts of storage."
It's a shame for those who wanted the cheapest possible option when going to the Chinese start up. Now you have to spend £289 ($389) to get a OnePlus 2.
Limiting storage options for customers isn't going to feel good - espeically as the OnePlus 2 doesn't have a microSD slot - and it may annoy some fans who like to have a wider breadth of options.
If you're looking for a cheaper phone from the company the OnePlus X only comes in a 16GB version and costs £199. To buy that you'll need to have an invite or wait till a Wednesday to get a hold of one though.