If you live in Europe it's about to get a lot harder to pick up a OnePlus 3, as the company is halting sales for a number of weeks in order to catch up with the massive demand for the cut-price high-spec handset.
That's not the best news but it is interesting to hear a manufacturer being so upfront about such a significant shortfall, rather than just limiting supply and not communicating with fans.
Sales will be halted until mid September but there might be another surprise on the way from OnePlus. Phone Arena picked up a benchmark for a new 4.6 inch smartphone which has some very familiar specs.
These include a Snapdragon 820 processor, 64 gigs of storage, 16MP and 8MP cameras and a massive 6 gigs of RAM - all identical to the current OnePlus 3. The smaller screen size could well suggest that a OnePlus 3 Mini model is in the works, but this remains a rumour for the moment.