The OnePlus 2 - successor to the company's first flagship-class smartphone - was unveiled last July, and within a week of its announcement, over two million people had reserved one. However, it seems that the cheapest OnePlus 2 model hasn't been quite so popular in some parts of the world, and has now been withdrawn from sale in certain markets.
OnePlus confirmed to TechRadar that the 16GB model has been pulled from the company's web store in North America and Europe, explaining that it has "seen much greater interest in the 64GB version of the OnePlus 2" in those markets.
The 16GB variant was priced at $329 USD in the United States, $409 CAD in Canada, £239 GBP in the UK, and €339 EUR across Europe.
Its withdrawal from those markets means that buyers wishing to purchase a OnePlus 2 in one of those countries are left with just one option - the more expensive 64GB model, which is priced at $389 USD / $479 CAD / £289 GBP / €399 EUR.
OnePlus says that the 16GB model will remain on sale "in limited markets such as India, where customers are more interested in an option for different amounts of storage."