Today we’re having a look at the OnePlus 6T, the latest device from the company that started in December of 2013. The first wave of devices came then, as a low-cost, high-functionality smartphone to take on the entire industry – and to do it online first. The OnePlus One seems like it was released an eternity ago – but at the same time the company seems brand new. Here in 2018, it’s time for the OnePlus 6T.
The OnePlus 6T had quite a few leaks over the past few weeks, so we’re not finding a WHOLE lot of new information this morning. But, what we ARE learning is that we’re getting a really nice phone with next-gen features for a reasonable price.
Last year OnePlus DOUBLED their revenue compared to the year before. They seem to be making a “healthy profit”, as they said in their press conference today, in an industry that’s not really changing a whole lot otherwise.
The OnePlus 6T is the latest in a line of ever-improving smartphones from the brand that’s been rolling online only – at least in the USA. OnePlus this week is partnering with T-Mobile to bring the device to the USA on their carrier store line. From November 1st OnePlus 6T will be available in over 5600 T-mobile USA stores across the USA.
Stick around for the carrier and off-contract pricing as it arrives. We’re expecting deals from the carrier and some competition from the rest of the carriers in the USA. Just as soon as they discover how well the OnePlus 6T sells on T-Mobile, that is. Have a peek at the timeline below for more information on the OnePlus 6T and seek out our hands-on and eventual review too.
UPDATE: Three different versions will be made available right out the gate, all releasing to T-Mobile USA this evening at one pop-up event, then across the USA on the 1st of November.
There’ll be a 6GB RAM version with 128GB internal storage for $549 USD. There’ll be an 8GB RAM version with 128GB internal storage for $579 in Mirror Black or Midnight Black. Then there’ll be the big kahuna – that’s the 8GB RAM version with 256GB internal storage in Midnight Black only – that’ll cost $629 USD. There’ll be some trade-in offer action at T-Mobile USA in which a big list of smartphones will have a $300 trade-in value, too – so watch out for that!