OnePlus 6T to officially launch on October 30

OnePlus 6T leaked render and video

OnePlus has finally announced today that it is going to unveil its next flagship smartphone for the year, the OnePlus 6T on October 30. The much-awaited handset of the year has finally got the date and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Earlier today morning, we wrote a story regarding OnePlus listing its handset for pre-booking on Amazon India. Now the premium handset manufacturer has finally made launch date official. 

OnePlus 6T: Coming later this month!

Following its previous launch events, this time OnePlus won’t be conducting its launch event in Mumbai. But the brand is coming to New Delhi for a night launch, which shall coincide with global launch events in the United States, European regions, and other Asian countries.

Just like last year, this year OnePlus would be able to join the company and media to first-hand experience the OnePlus 6T as it is getting ready to hand out invitations to its fans on October 17, starting 10 AM. These invites can be fetched for Rs 999 from OnePlus’s website on the date mentioned. As always there would be goodies, which this time would include the OnePlus Bullets earphones. Although, the brand didn’t mention whether these would be the recently announced Type-C earphones or older ones. And for those who won’t join on the ground, they can live stream the launch event from their laptop/mobile screens.

This time around OnePlus is using the catchphrase, “Unlock The Speed”, which is a clear indication of OnePlus 6T’s in-display fingerprint technology. The OnePlus 6 was marketed with “The Speed You Need”, which meant the powerful performance, and we couldn’t have agreed more on our detailed review of the same. We are eager to get our hands-on to this new upcoming OnePlus smartphone to find out whether it will be worth an upgrade or not.

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