Luxe OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition revealed in full

Dec 14, 2018, 01:11
Luxe OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition revealed in full

OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition expected price The company launched the smartphone globally at a price tag of Rs GBP 649 which translates into Rs 58,800.

OnePlus has launched its McLaren Edition of its flagship 6T smartphone after launching its Thunder Purple colour variant recently.

If the additional RAM and Warp Charge 30 improvements weren't enough to justify the $70 premium over the standard OnePlus 6T, the unboxing experience alone might be worth that price.

The Warp Charge supports 30W power, and OnePlus claims you get 50 percent juice by charging it for 20 minutes.

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The OnePlus 6T McLaren edition design is the same design you've come to know from the OP6T, though with a flash of "Papaya Orange" colouring normally associated with the sports auto brand, integrated in a strip around the carbon fibre look rear panel.

Fans could also see the famous McLaren logo emblazoned across the rear of the device. The new device marks the start of a long-term partnership that celebrates a shared passion for speed.

OnePlus has partnered with McLaren, the famous racing vehicle manufacturer, to launch the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition today.

The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition has just been officially unveiled during a global event at McLaren's headquarters in Woking.

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And yet unlike other auto manufacturers equivalents such as the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS and Oppo Find X Automobil Lamborghini Edition, this one is somewhat affordable.

It is one of the very few phones available in the world that boasts 10GB of RAM (with 256GB of storage) to help make sure things run as quick as possible.

The OnePlus 5G is reportedly going to be more expensive than the OnePlus 6T and if you want to check out our previous coverage related to the company's plans, the related info is given below.

As far as the specifications are concerned, the smartphone flaunts a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a waterdrop notch. On the software side, OnePlus is offering a black and orange theme to go along with the McLaren branding. For the United States, if OnePlus sticks on the same path it's taking with EE, it's more likely to roll out a 5G phone on T-Mobile or Sprint than on AT&T or Verizon. In this new and even faster wired charging technology, 30 Watts of power flows through the smartphone while charging. You've got a nice McLaren logo there along the bottom edge, too. The phone will feature a 5G antenna that will use a portion of the spectrum known as sub-6, the report says, which OnePlus says it's easier to deploy than the mmWave part of the spectrum that delivers the highest 5G speeds over a shorter range than sub-6.

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The device will be available in North America and Western Europe from December 13th.