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OnePlus 6T Now Available for Purchase!

OnePlus 6T Now Available for Purchase!

If you're in the market for the OnePlus 6T and don't know which one to get, the unlocked variant is the safer long-term bet.

OnePlus 6T, which is right now the second fastest Android smartphone as per AnTuTu benchmark, is creating ripples everywhere.

OnePlus 6T is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor paired with Adreno 630 GPU.

U.S. buyers can now jump in with T-Mobile, the first carrier in the States to include OnePlus within its 24.17-per-month plan for two years. Indeed, there are features that the OnePlus 6T doesn't have that its competitors do, which could help explain its lower price tag.




OnePlus showed off its latest OnePlus 6T at an event in New Delhi on October 30 and after the company revealed the prices of the smartphone, Xiaomi played its cards cleverly against the company with an ad campaign referred to as "Do the ma+h".

Thinking about pulling the trigger on the OnePlus 6T through T-Mobile? This is also the first phone from OnePlus to not come with a 3.5mm headphone jack. That means you're getting the mid-tier version of the OP6T with more RAM, but not as much storage as the fully spec'd model. That's the slight variant of Android made by OnePlus. It's dual-SIM and works on unlocked GSM/LTE networks like T-Mobile and AT&T. Although, Verizon won't sell it in its stores. There are three variants of OnePlus 6T, among which the 6GB plus 128GB variant is priced at Rs 37,999, while the 8GB with 128GB variant is at Rs 41,999 and the 8GB with 256GB variant starts at Rs 45,999. This device is not the same as the OnePlus 6T you'd otherwise buy straight from OnePlus or otherwise. The eligible trade-in devices include the Google Pixel XL and newer, the iPhone 6 and newer, the LG G6 or V20 and newer, the Moto Z2 Force, the Nexus 6, the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Note 5 and newer, and every single previous OnePlus phone.

The other way is to go through T-Mobile, either online or in one of its physical retail locations. They'll eventually make their way to the T-Mobile version, but, as it is with updates like this throughout the future, they'll be coming here later than they've come to the global version of the phone.