This smartphone looks basically the same as the OnePlus 6T Midnight Black model, in every way except one, the color of its back and sides. Besides that, the phone still houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, between 6GB and 8GB RAM, and an internal storage capacity of either 128GB or 256GB.
OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple variant could be launched soon, according to tipster Ishan Agarwal. OnePlus 6T Product Manager Louis S in the same session highlighted that receiving an IP certification increases the cost the cost of the device by $30 (roughly Rs. 2,200) that isn't of company's aim at the present stage. No, OnePlus hasn't unveiled it officially just yet, but it seems to be merely a formality at this point, as the unreleased device appeared in full glory on OnePlus, with official renders, pricing and all.More news: Mac Miller's Cause of Death Was Fentanyl and Cocaine | TMZ
The OnePlus 6T boasts an in-display fingerprint scanner, a 3,700mAh battery and runs Android Pie out of the box. The device also comes with dual cameras, although the secondary doesn't do much.
The other two memory options are also available in China - 6/128 GB is CNY3,399, while the 8/256 GB OnePlus 6T is CNY3,999, which is respectively $490/430 and $580/510.More news: Rihanna shuts down Donald Trump over his 'tragic' rallies
If you're already rocking a OnePlus 6 or even a 5T, then don't worry. Sure, OnePlus might be borrowing ideas from other phone vendors which have recently capitalized on the colorful two-tone paintjob, but we are all-in for more vibrant and intriguing devices. OnePlus did release the OnePlus 6 in Mirror Black, Midnight Black, Silk White, and Red color variants, though the red-colored OnePlus 6 arrived later on, so it's possible that OnePlus is aiming to release either a red-colored OnePlus 6T down the line, or some other color. The new variant is called Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T, already known from official promo images we reported earlier today.More news: Target reveals Black Friday deals and skip-the-line option