The new OnePlus 7T has not yet been released in the US, but T-Mobile has confirmed that it is already pulling out its more expensive OnePlus 7 Pro predecessor. This is probably because OnePlus "wants to focus on a single model" in the US, according to a Wave7 study report (via PCMag ).
Although it is disappointing if you wanted to buy OnePlus 7 Pro in the US – T-Mobile is a partner for OnePlus operators here – it seems T-Mobile is implementing something similar to what my colleague In his Dan Seyfert's review concluded that most people would be better off buying a 7T, which shares many features with the 7 Pro but offers them at a lower price.
T-Mobile has confirmed PCMag that it has pulled 7 Pro from its website "because of its low stock", and though you may find it in a "limited" number of stores, it essentially means that the company is moving from the phone. We checked out the T-Mobile page for OnePlus 7 Pro and it really doesn't offer a way to buy a phone, instead it shows you a map to find a retail store. This map does not see which stores can carry it ̵
PCMag also said that OnePlus sales at T-Mobile stores account for only 1.3 percent of all phones, so it looks like T-Mobile is trying to focus its efforts on selling only one device, and most likely will be a better sales pitch for a cheaper 7T.
OnePlus built its reputation on making affordable flagships, but they have slowly crept in in price as it and others such as Apple and Samsung added more and more premium features to bring us to the age of thousands of dollars of phone. The OnePlus 7 Pro didn't cost as much as $ 700, but perhaps the less expensive 7T will be cheaper in retail when it comes out on October 18th.