The Chinese premium smartphone brand OnePlus recently took the wraps off from OnePlus 7T. Now the company is gearing up to launch another new smartphone. On October 10 the company will launch the upgraded variant of OnePlus 7T at a launch event to be hosted in London. Alongside the OnePlus 7T Pro variant the company will also launch a new McLaren Edition at the event.
As we already know last year the company launched the McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T, too. In the latest development, the company’s CEO Pete Lau posted an image of the packaging of the special edition of OnePlus 7T Pro on Twitter. It displays a carbon fiber finish box and an orange stripe at the end of the box. The device is also expected to be introduced on October 10’s launch event which is going to be held in London. One of the Youtuber Marques Brownlee enquired the CEO about the special edition to which he responded in affirmative “incoming”. However, he did not confirm that the McLaren Edition will come to OnePlus 7T or OnePlus 7T Pro.
Other leaks and rumours also suggest that OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition will be launched at the London event. Besides this McLaren who is a British car manufacturer too talked about its collaboration with OnePlus while sharing an image of OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition which was launched last year.
Last month an image also surfaced on the web about the speculated smartphone. As per a report by 91Mobiles OnePlus 7T Pro will look exactly like OnePlus 7T but the McLaren Edition will arrive with few changes in the design. The back panel will have a textured pattern along with an orange outline on the bottom as well on the sides of the handset.
The rumours also suggest that OnePlus 7T Pro will be sporting a pop up selfie camera. Furthermore, it is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC and will run on Android 10. It is expected to be housing a battery with a capacity of 4,000mAh along with Warp Charge 30T. It will reportedly feature Macro Mode, HEVC and Hybrid Image Stabilisation. Also, there will be support for 240, 480 and 960fps (for 10 seconds) slow-mo videos along with improved Night mode.
All the above specifications are based on rumours and leaks so we would suggest you take it with a pinch of salt.
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