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OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition leaks out entirely in new marketing images

OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition leaks out entirely in new marketing images
The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Speed Orange (yes, that’s the marketing name) is currently expected to go official next week. OnePlus itself has stayed quiet in regards to specs, but today a group of leaked marketing images has revealed both the design and some key characteristics.

From the front, the McLaren Edition model looks set to be indistinguishable from the regular OnePlus 6T due to the presence of the same waterdrop notch and large display. However, over on the rear, it’s clear that OnePlus has made some pretty significant changes. Gone is the single-color panel that adorns the normal model and in its place is a new piece of glass that boasts a carbon fiber-like pattern underneath. This is combined with an orange hue that has been added to the bottom edge of the glass and extends to the sides. One final touch comes in the form of the McLaren logo.

In regards to specs and features, this particular model will once again be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845. This time around though, it doesn’t sport 6GB of RAM or even 8GB of RAM at that. Rather, OnePlus has equipped this smartphone with a whopping 10GB of RAM. Additionally, while the battery capacity is expected to remain unchanged at 3700mAh, some significant improvements have been made to the Warp Charge tech. More specifically, this particular version is called Warp Charge 30 and can now provide “a day’s power in 20 minutes” according to the promotional posters.

At the moment, OnePlus is expected to announce the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Speed Orange on December 11. While still unconfirmed, sales will reportedly commence in a number of countries that same day, although some markets may have to wait a bit longer to receive the smartphone.

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