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. Chief among which being a reworked front-facing camera and an in-display fingerprint scanner.
But OnePlus is not completely averse to different color options, as we've seen in the past. Having said that, this is the third variant of the OnePlus 6T that the company announced, as the original two (Mirror Black and Midnight Black) got announced about a week ago.
Well, it seems that all the rumors and leaks were more or less spot on when it comes to the existence of the device. There's no word on global availability, but it will cost 3,999 Yuan (£399) and comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
What if I already have an older OnePlus device?
T-Mobile's Times Square store during the OnePlus 6T launch.
First of all, its important to say that the Thunder Purple version of the OnePlus 6T is not as vibrantly purple as we might have been led to believe - on the contrary, it sports a desaturated dark pink gradient that gradually blends with black paintjob at the top. The Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T does pop next to those two, quite a bit, and that's the whole point of it. As rumoured earlier, OnePlus 6T in Thunder Purple has arrived in its full glory, albeit in China. Unfortunately, there's no news on whether the colour variant will be coming to our shores.