Published: Thu, November 15, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Kristin Zimmerman

OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple Variant With Gradient Finish Launched in India

OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple Variant With Gradient Finish Launched in India

The smartphone will also be available across offline retail channels, such as Croma Retail and Reliance Digital, and OnePlus exclusive offline stores on the same day at 11:00 AM.

OnePlus unveiled its latest flagship phone, the OnePlus 6T, two weeks ago, and while at launch it was only available in two shades - Mirror Black and Midnight Black - those hoping for a more colorful option haven't had to wait long, with OnePlus confirming that the 6T will also be available in Thunder Purple. It was first launched in China last week with a gradient color scheme and "S" curve on the back. The new color variant will set you back by Rs 41,999, and it will come packed with 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage.

As for where you can purchase it, the new variant will be available on OnePlus' e-stores. There was also an image with a velvet looking material in the new color option with the companies logo on it and also with the hashtag stating ThunderPurple is coming. You can get a 12 months free damage protection from Kotak Servify.

The only difference with the Thunder Purple 6T is its colour. There is a dual rear camera setup with a 16-megapixel primary sensor and a 20-megapixel secondary lens. Now, the carrier partner in question is launching a new promotion that is another first for OnePlus: For the first time ever, people in the U.S. can get a new OnePlus flagship phone for free. As you'll undoubtedly recall from our in-depth OnePlus 6T review, this new flagship phone has a lot going for it. OnePlus' just-released handset is the most powerful Android phone you can buy in the United States, and it also happens to be the first phone in the USA with a hotly anticipated feature that people can't stop talking about: an in-screen fingerprint scanner.

Backing the device is a 3,750mAh battery with OnePlus' proprietary Dash Charge.

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