We've got exactly two weeks left before the OnePlus 6T's launch, and leaks for the device just don't want to stop. OnePlus is known for offering low-price gadgets with all the necessary high-end specifications. But recent reports make the suggestion that the OnePlus 6T's price just might go up in Western markets owing to a new distribution strategy from the company for the smartphone. Now, we've got some more details. Take a look below to find out more.
The OnePlus 6T Will Launch In Three Different Storage Variants And A Higher Starting Price Over Its Predecessor
OnePlus will make several changes on the OnePlus 6T. These will give the smartphone a distinct look over its predecessor, and ensure that the company can keep up with its Chinese competitors. Additionally, several reports claim that the OnePlus 6T will be the first device from the company to witness a carrier release.
Today's report provides more information on details for the OnePlus 6T's retail price. A source from India with a mixed track record claims to some specific news. These suggest that the OnePlus 6T will start at INR 37,999 and go all the way up to INR 44,999. These translate into $516 and $611 respectively. Additionally, the report also claims that the OnePlus 6T will launch in three different storage configurations.
- 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage
- 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage
- 8GB. RAM, 256GB Storage
If today's leak is grounded in fact then looks like the cost of new upgrades, and a new distribution strategy will drive up the OnePlus 6T's prices. Should the leaks materialize, and the OnePlus 6T witness a retail launch, then 2018 will prove as a year in which the company either grows or decides to revert back to startup-scale performance.
OnePlus has a dedicated fanbase which will help the company sustain sales momentum. Additionally, new features such as a teardrop notch and virtual fingerprint recognition will attract users who love to adopt new technology and folks who're tired of notches. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.