This was capped off with the launch of the latest "flagship killing" OnePlus 6T, which USA carriers have now begun listing for sale. They anxious to get their hands on the upcoming device. The tweets mentioned that "Why Settle when you have the #MasterofSpeed?"
This stunning new phone officially arrives in stores from November 6 with it offering flagship specs at a fraction of the cost of its Android rivals.
With the impressive design that almost eliminates all bezels and even one of the most diminutive notches around, the OnePlus 6T has the looks to command a high price.
Unfortunately, that's exactly the case with the OnePlus 6T. That screen also has a built in fingerprint reader, the first of it's type for sale on the American market. Starting tomorrow, OnePlus 6T will be available through online and offline platforms.
It features a 6.41-inch 2340 x 1080 (402 PPI) Optic AMOLED display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 6 or 8 GB of RAM, 128 or 256 GB of internal storage, and a dual camera system.
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For example, Vodafone is offering the OnePlus 6T with 4GB of data for £36 per month plus a £129 upfront fee. The unlocked model will work on T-Mobile just the same.
What you don't get: wireless charging, a headphone jack or strong water resistance.
The unlocked phone is only available from OnePlus' website, but this is clearly the "better" version of the phone.
According to the information released, T-Mobile versions of the phone will be carrier and bootloader locked as expected, but a mechanism for their unlocking is described.
On Friday, OnePlus fans created history by unboxing 559 OnePlus 6T devices at the same time, at the same location. Still, at the end of the launch event, plenty of questions remained unanswered, even as sales opened via the T-Mobile store in Times Square. The bootloader can not be unlocked, so you're stuck with the official software, and updates will have to go through T-Mobile before they hit the phone.