OnePlus 6T pre-booking started on Amazon India, get a free Type-C earphone and Rs 500 Amazon Pay balance

OnePlus 6T

There are always some titbits that smartphone brands start releasing before the launch date of its much-awaited handsets. One such titbit but significant information has popped up online, all thanks to the writers at MySmartPrice. This site has spotted a webpage on which has revealed the amazing pre-order offers for the upcoming OnePlus 6T.

While the launch date hasn’t been announced yet, we feel the premium smartphone maker is ready to do that quite soon. As it recently posted a tweet teasing about an announcement in 24 hours. And the timeline is close to its end, we shall know what it is. So, far you can just wait and watch as did we.

OnePlus 6T: Pre-booking offers

Talking about this pre-booking offer, if you’ve made up your mind to upgrade to the OnePlus 6T, this could be a golden chance to enjoy those freebies. OnePlus has already announced the price tag of its upcoming Type-C Bullets earphones, which is Rs 1,500. Adding to the freebie value is Rs 500 Amazon Pay balance in your account. It can be redeemed at all leading online vendors like BookMyShow, Swiggy, UrbanClap, Yatra, and more.

OnePlus 6T - Pre-booking Offer

Coming to the OnePlus 6T specifications, the smartphone is largely believed to follow the design of OPPO’s R17 Pro, which is a China-specific model. Plus, a recent press render has already given us how it will look. There would be a smaller chin, which could be in line with OPPO’s water drop notch design. Expect it to sport a 6.4-inch Optic AMOLED screen with full-HD+ resolution, and 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Further, a slightly larger battery is expected to be accommodated on the new OnePlus 6T.

What do you guys think of the OnePlus 6T? Would you wait for it to be out officially before pre-booking it? Drop your feedback in the comments section below.


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