OnePlus 6T Prices to Start From Rs 37,990 This Year?
The upcoming OnePlus 6T from the company is likely to be its costliest product since its debut in 2014. This is also going to be the first from OnePlus to come with an in-display fingerprint scanner and probably a water drop notch on the front as well.
The phone, according to latest leaks could get a starting price tag of Rs 37,999 and will be available in two storage variants, with 6GB and 8GB RAM options expected to be announced.
Interestingly, the report also believes that OnePlus is ditching the 64GB variant for good, and starting off its range with 128GB with 6GB RAM with the OnePlus 6T. The top model, carrying 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is likely to cost Rs 44,999, as highlighted in the report. It is possible that the storage bump and the addition of the new display feature is the reason why phone will cost more.
The original variant from earlier this year, OnePlus 6 is already selling at discounted prices right now, and they are likely to be sold off before the 6T makes its debut on 30 October in India and globally as well.
The 6T is going to feature an in-display fingerprint scanner but will be missing out on IP rating, as confirmed by the company’s CEO, Pete Lau recently. We’re hopeful regarding improvements in the cameras along with battery life.
We’re mostly looking out for a 6.2-inch or at best, 6.4-inch sized screen with 1080 pixels resolution. In terms of hardware, it won’t have a headphone jack this year and will come with an octa-core Snapdragon 845 processor.
You’ll be getting a dual-SIM device, with a bigger 3700mAh battery loaded and Android 9.0 Pie running out of box, with some overhauling done to the interface. We’ll be getting you all the updates from the main event and give you our first impressions of the OnePlus 6T from ground zero.