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OnePlus 3T Pricing Details Leaked

OnePlus is among the biggest names when it comes to the world of smartphone technology. The company is based out of China, but is getting a great response from consumers across the planet. They’ve been around for three years, and in this time, they have managed to surpass many expectations. Over the years, the company has brought forward a major change in the way the markets function. OnePlus 3, which is their current flagship phone, which the company has been terming as ‘flagship killer’, has been a massive success over the months. The company is now working on the gen-next version of the device, likely to release as OnePlus 3T.


More details regarding the OnePlus 3T have come to light in the recent times, and popular leakster, Evan Blass has now tweeted about the pricing of the smartphone. He has commented that the device would release with a higher price tag, and that it would cost $80 more than the OnePlus 3. This would take the price of the smartphone to $479, which is $80 up from the current $399 price of the OnePlus 3.

The OnePlus 3T, which was spotted in Chinese certification listings a few days ago, has been a hot topic of discussion recently. The company is likely to release the device with many features being the same as the OnePlus 3. The only major difference that the device is likely to release with is that it would feature the gen-next Snapdragon 821 processor, along with the latest version of the Android OS, the Android Nougat OS.

The device is still unofficial, and while there is no confirmation from the company, one can rely on the information that comes from Evan Blass, as it has nearly always been accurate. However, till the company announces it officially, one must take it with a pinch of salt.

Article written by Vishal Sancheti

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