09 January 2019
The OnePlus 6T was initially launched in two colour variants. However, it wasn’t a secret that the company would launch the device in exclusive editions as well. Recently, OnePlus announced a partnership with McLaren, a company popularly known for its supercars. Owing to this partnership, OnePlus was soon to launch a McLaren Edition Speed Orange of its OnePlus 6T smartphone. The device has been leaked online ahead of its official launch.
EXCLUSIVE LEAK! Here is your first look at the Official Renders of the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Speed Orange variant with 10GB+256GB Storage and super fast new 'Warp Charge' which will provide you a day's power in 20 minutes! Do you like the phone?#SaluteToSpeed#WarpCharge pic.twitter.com/8JdoNb6SWG— Ishan Agarwal (@IshanAgarwal24) December 7, 2018
Courtesy of a teenage leakster, Ishan Agarwal, official images of the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition has now made its way around the internet. The leakster took to Twitter to reveal these images. Fortunately, the images include the specifications for the device as well. The OnePlus 6T McLaren edition is supposed to launch on December 11th and arrive to the Indian market the next day. According to the leaks, the device will have narrow orange borders with a black carbon fiber back. The device will be equipped with 10GB of RAM and coupled with 256GB of internal storage. The only other commercially available smartphones with 10GB RAM are the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 and the Nubia Red Magic Mars.
The leak reveals that the smartphone will come with a faster-charging technology than the regular OnePlus 6T. This isn’t extremely surprising since McLaren would definitely want to advertise its focus on speed. The Twitter leak boasts of “super fast new 'Warp Charge' which will provide you a day's power in 20 minutes!”
If this is true then there is a possibility of the OnePlus 6T McLaren Speed Orange Edition supporting the 50W super flash charging technology seen on the Oppo R17 Pro smartphone. Pre-registration for the smartphone on Amazon has already gone live.