OnePlus Unveils 6T McLaren Edition With 10GB RAM & New Fast Charging Tech

The new sales figure comes as OnePlus deploys its new OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, a variant of its 6T phone accelerated with 30-watt charging and 10GB of RAM.

OnePlus is launching its OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition in India today to celebrate its fifth anniversary.

Furthermore, OnePlus is offering a new Warp Charge 30 along with new technology which will take the fast charging to new levels that will be offering a day's power within 20 minutes of charge. The company is yet to set up a Live Stream of the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition launch event. The Warp Charging technology uses a 30W fast charger to top up the phone from 0 - 70 per cent within 30 minutes. The back panel is touted to be based on McLaren's groundbreaking carbon fibre that was featured on all McLaren cars since 1981. The phone maker's CEO Pete Lau said in a statement that this handset is the "start of an exciting partnership with McLaren, giving people a feeling of incredible speed and performance".

The design of the OnePlus 6T McLaren edition features an orange highlight around the bottom part of the device, as well as the McLaren logo. How much extra? Not that much, surprisingly, as the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition costs $699.

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And yet unlike other auto manufacturers equivalents such as the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS and Oppo Find X Automobil Lamborghini Edition, this one is somewhat affordable.

The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is a Formula One-inspired smartphone with Papaya Orange details, Warp Charge fast charging, and a huge 10GB of RAM.

The McLaren 6T has a carbon fibre pattern on the back in reference to McLaren's use of the material in F1 and OnePlus' own historic use of it in its phones and cases. The handset is priced at £649 (approx Rs. 58,800) and will be available in Western Europe and North America on December 13th followed by India, China, and Nordics. Well, yes with this update, T-Mobile and OnePlus has improved the camera app, in-display fingerprint sensor speed, audio quality, Optimized face unlock features, fixed play store download notification issue, and other regular bugfixes. Overall there's a lot more going on in the McLaren Edition's design and we suspect the orange color won't suit everyone, but it's sure to appeal to fans of the brand.

Just as we all expected, the first product to come out of this recently-announced partnership between McLaren and OnePlus is a phone.

  • Delia Davidson