OnePlus fans can’t seem to have enough of their favorite smartphone manufacturer this year. After the successful launch of OnePlus’s flagship 6T smartphone in Thunder Purple color variant, OnePlus is back again with the McLaren edition of the flagship device. The launching of this edition was already circulating the internet for weeks, thanks to the leaks which have driven OnePlus fan to look forward to this speedy signature edition.
With OnePlus dominating the smartphone market in the recent times, it is no surprise that it is out with yet another edition that promises the signature speed technology and beauty – this time taking design inspirations and joining hands with McLaren to introduce to the world the McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T smartphone. Already out in the market, this device would soon be available in India, China, and Nordics after its initial release in Western Europe and North America on December 13th.
To promote the Mc Laren edition, OnePlus has been posting teasers and sending invitations across social media, with the tag line. – Salute to Speed
Though the global market price of the device is yet to be announced officially, it is expected to be priced at around £649. Another interesting fact about this device is that it has its body painted to the likes of McLaren’s signature color – Papaya Orange along with McLaren’s carbon fiber which is used underneath the glass back of flagship phone.
Taking the upgrade a notch higher, OnePlus has offered a 10 GB RAM variation for the McLaren 6T, unlike its predecessor which had a powerful 8GB RAM storage. This is definitely a first where 10GB RAM has been offered to the global smartphone market, making the device ultra smooth in multi-tasking and shooting 4K videos at 60 FPS. High-end gaming too won’t be much of an issue with this device that promises to charge the McLaren 6T’s 3700 mAh powerful battery up to an entire day’s power worth in just around 20 minutes, thanks to the new Warp Charge 30.
Many new upgrades have been initiated in the McLaren 6T especially in the charging department like a new power management software and a whole load of new circuits in the Charger and on the device to ensure smooth functioning even when the phone is low on power.
Being true to its name, the McLaren 6T’s power adapter would come in with the new Papaya Orange braided cord cable instead of the regular red one.