OnePlus 12 and 12R announced for Europe

They were already available in China, but now the latest phones from OnePlus are also available outside there. And not only that, they also temporarily come with gifts.

OnePlus has already announced OnePlus 12 in 12R released on the European market. The phones cost 949 and 699 euros respectively. The OnePlus 12 be seen as the ultimate flagship and the 12R as the cheaper alternative.

OnePlus 12 official, now temporarily with free Buds Pro earbuds

Both the 12 as the 12R can be ordered from today and will be delivered on Friday 9 February at the earliest. OnePlus will be holding a special promotion in the coming weeks where you can join the OnePlus 12 a free set OnePlus Buds Pro receives a value of €149. At the 12R you will temporarily receive a game controller from Backbone as a gift.

OnePlus 12

For those who missed it. The OnePlus 12 has a crystal clear ProXDR screen with an unprecedented high peak brightness of 4500 nits. Where other manufacturers switch to flat glass, OnePlus continues to use Gorilla Glass Victus 2 for the time being.

OnePlus 12 in the color Flowy Emerald
OnePlus 12 in Flowy Emerald

On the back of the OnePlus 12 we find the fourth generation Hasselblad camera. This consists of a 50MP wide angle, 48MP ultra-wide angle and a 64MP telephoto with 3x periscope zoom. The performance is good thanks to the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and the completely new cooling.

OnePlus 12R

OnePlus returns with the OnePlus 12R back to her roots. It is an affordable flagship. One that can make a name for itself. It gets the same, clear screen as the OnePlus 12. The camera system consists of a 50MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide angle and a 2MP macro lens.

OnePlus 12R in the color Cool Blue
OnePlus 12R in Cool Blue

To save costs, a generation-old Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 was chosen. Interestingly, the 12R has an infrared transmitter, something OnePlus has only done since OnePlus Open applies.

Receive an email when the 12 is available
Receive an email when the 12R is available

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