OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition smartphone revealed

Judy Cobb
December 15, 2018

Earlier this month, we reported that a new McLaren-branded smartphone, designed by the carmaker in collaboration with OnePlus, was set to be launched soon.

On the occasion of the fifth anniversary celebrations, the offers from Chinese smartphone maker will be available from December 15 to December 24 not only on the McLaren Edition but also on other OnePlus 6T variants. Alongside this, the 3,700mAh battery now supports OnePlus' new Warp Charge 30 technology that is capable of supplying "a day's power in 30 minutes".

Scheduled to go on sale in Western Europe and North America on December 13, along with India, China and Scandinavia "soon after", the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is priced at £649 ($1123.99). It is the latest additon to the list of special edition smartphones released by OnePlus. The retail package of the phone has a 30W charger.

Suns threaten to leave Phoenix
A new vote could take place in late January, with the intervening period being used to solicit community feedback on the project. Owner of a sports team wants a city to pay for a new arena and if they don't, the owner will move.

"The new device marks the start of a long-term partnership, celebrating a shared passion for speed". An orange lining which shines when viewed from different angles can be seen at the bottom of the glass back. The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition aims to achieve that by slapping on an extra 2GB of RAM to the already great internals of the 6T to take the total RAM count to a colossal 10GB.

As this is a special edition handset, stock will be limited.

Naturally, the phone's design incorporates elements derived from McLaren's famous cars, like the carbon-fiber pattern on the back and the Papaya Orange accent that runs along the side. As a part of the offer, the company is offering cashback of Rs. 2,000 on all EMI transactions on Axis Bank cards and Rs. 1,500 cashback on all transactions made using Axis Bank credit or debit cards across all offline and online platforms.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article