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05 November 2018, 08:29 | Casey Mitchell
Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T is now official
Pretty basic. But marking yet another first for the company, OnePlus has unveiled a new colour option for all the 6T buyers out there in all-new gradient finish.
While OnePlus 6T has many upgrades over the OnePlus 6, it still lacks a certain IP rating that has been anticipated from OnePlus for a long time to assure users about delivering water and dust resistance. There's no word on worldwide availability, but it will cost 3,999 Yuan (£399) and comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
Other than the difference in colors, the Thunder Purple variant shares the same specs as the Midnight Black and Mirror Black variants.
The tweets from Agarwal feature different image renders of the OnePlus 6TThunder Purple variant with a gradient look. Chief among which being a reworked front-facing camera and an in-display fingerprint scanner. There is also another 16MP sensor housed inside the notch.
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Well, it seems that all the rumors and leaks were more or less spot on when it comes to the existence of the device. It is a bit narrower, a bit thicker, and a bit taller than the OnePlus 6, in case you're wondering.
OnePlus launched the 6T in two colour options, Midnight Black and Mirror Black. That's a new color we haven't seen on any previous OnePlus handsets. Now, new reports are suggest that OnePlus will be releasing the phone in one additional colour: Thunder Purple. If the company opts to release this phone internationally, it will become available in both Europe and the United States, in addition to a number of other markets out there, quite possibly in India as well, but we'll see.
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