The 'Thunder Purple' OnePlus 6T is Coming to the UK After All

How to use navigation gestures on the One Plus 6T

How to use navigation gestures on the One Plus 6T

The OnePlus 6T is also the first smartphone in the USA to feature an in-screen fingerprint sensor, and it's the first OnePlus phone ever to launch in the U.S. with a carrier partner. OnePlus teased with the Thunder Purple color for the global market on its official Twitter handle and it also came with the caption "Elegance infused with the brilliance of thunderstorms".

The new OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple Edition is identical to the Midnight Black and Mirror Black color variants when it comes to hardware specifications. There's neither expandable storage nor a 512GB variant this time, so you might have to wait till May next year for saving more Netflix series on your phone. Describing the refreshing new colour variant, OnePlus said it is inspired from "lightning strikes at dusk", which is something worth sharing a thought over.

OnePlus 6T, the teardrop notched, physical fingerprint scanner-less yearly upgrade to the OnePlus 6 has now received the colour option everyone was waiting for-Thunder Purple. The new color edition gives you different color shades from different angles. Launch offers include a Rs. 1,500 cashback for HDFC bank credit and debit card users, Jio cashback vouchers worth up to Rs. 5,400, 3 months of no-cost EMI on and OnePlus exclusive stores, free damage protection for 12 months from Kotak Servify, and discounts up to Rs. 500 on Amazon Kindle ebooks. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, coupled with 6GB/ 8GB of RAM and 128GB/ 256GB of onboard storage. Since the 6T had only been revealed in Black this was great news, until we heard that the phone wasn't going to be available outside of China. In the photography department, it comes with dual cameras at the back - a combination of 16-megapixel primary sensor and a 20-megapixel secondary sensor.

For selfies, the OnePlus 6T sports a 16-megapixel front camera sensor with EIS.

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