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OnePlus sets Dec 2 date for 3T’s India launch

With 3T, OnePlus has stuck to its priorities by packing better specs with an average 5.5-inch, 1080p display

Anirban Roy 26 November 2016, 5:25 PM
OnePlus 3 Display

OnePlus 3 Display Anirban Roy/ T2 Online

After the lukewarm response to OnePlus 2, OnePlus more than made up for lost ground with its much acclaimed OnePlus 3. With an S820 processor, all metal body and 6 GB RAM, the new smartphone put the Chinese firm back in reckoning in the market.

And after the arrival of Qualcomm’s latest SnapDragon 821 processor, OnePlus decided to bring out its 3 with turbo speed. As a result, 3T was launched in China and a few other markets. And now the firm’s Indian spokesperson has confirmed the device’s launch in the country by December 2.

In case you’re curious to know the tidbits of the new smartphone from the house of OnePlus, here are the key facts.

The device looks the same

With 3, OnePlus decided to come out with an all-metal design. Though it quite resembles the HTC 10 in design, the OnePlus device is comfortable to hold and easy to carry. With 3T, OnePlus has retained the same design.

New processor but same RAM

The OnePlus 3T houses a SnapDragon 821 processor that is 10% faster and consumes less battery than its S820 counterpart. But the 3T retains the same 6 GB RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB built-in storage. And yes, there is no micro SD card slot either.

And the same old display

To be honest, we expected a 2K display from a mid-range device. But OnePlus has stuck to its priorities by preferring to pack better specs with an average 5.5-inch, 1080p display. In case you’re not aware, LeEco Le Max 2 costs way less than OnePlus 3 or 3T, and yet boasts of a 2K display.

Better camera

The OnePlus 3T packs a 16-megapixel camera sensor both on the front and back. Now that’s really a booster for existing OnePlus users to upgrade their phones.

And a slightly better battery

The OnePlus 3T also packs a 3,400 mAh battery in comparison to 3’s 3,000 mAh battery. The bigger battery coupled with the updated processor will surely offer a promising performance.


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