OnePlus 3T to go on Sale in India on December 2

Prayank

OnePlus has finally announced the launch of its flagship model — the OnePlus 3T — in India, and they’ve done it with style, as the company’s India GM Vikas announces the launch date while bungee jumping in Rishikesh.

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The flagship killer has yet again delivered their message in an unconventional manner, following their Facebook polls that helped them select the way in which the OnePlus 3T will be unveiled in one of the biggest consumer markets in the world.

The company is yet to announce the exact price of the device, which has been long speculated to be around the 30000-32000 mark. We’ll update the price here as soon as we know it.

Features of the New OnePlus 3T

The OnePlus 3T is powered by the snappy Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, which clocks at 2.35 GHz, an Adreno 530 GPU, a 6 GB RAM, a full HD 5.5″ AMOLED screen and runs on a tweaked version of Android Marshmallow-based Oxygen OS, which will soon be updated to Android Nougat.

OnePluss new flagship device is going to be launched in two variants —  64 GB and 128 GB. It also flaunts a 16 MP rear camera and a 16MP front camera, fitted with Samsung 3P8SP sensors.

The device comes fitted with a 3400 mAh battery which means you can use the new device for longer hours and the dash charging takes care of the rest — as now you can charge your device to 63% within 30 minutes of charging.

A lot of owners of the OnePlus 3 — 3Ts predecessor — were concerned that their device will be obsolete, outdated post the new flagship’s launch but the company has confirmed that both the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T will get continued support from the company and will be updated periodically.

The announcement of the launch is big news for all those who were waiting to get their hands on the new device which now go on sale on December 2, 2016, on the company’s official online store.

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