OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple Colour Variant Online Sale Starts on November 16 via Amazon India &
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OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone maker launched its latest flagship smartphone in India on October 2 at an attractive price point of Rs 37,999. The company introduced the new phone with two exciting colours - Mirror Black and Midnight Black. Now, the company has officially announced a new colour variant for the smartphone that will go on sale in next couple of days. The Chinese smartphone maker will introduce a new Thunder Purple Colour Variant of the smartphone that will be made available for online sale on November 16 via Amazon India and official website. OnePlus to Set Up Research and Development Centre in Hyderabad.

The new Thunder Purple variant will be offered on the mid-variant with 8GB/128GB storage configuration with a price tag of Rs 41,999. As a part of launch offer, the company is providing cashback of Rs 1500 on HDFC bank credit as well as debit cards. Moreover, there is also Jio cashback offer wherein the customers are entitled to get vouchers worth of Rs 5400. The customers will also get 3 months no-cost EMI option via as well as OnePlus exclusive stores. On the other hand, the company is also providing free damage protection from Kotak Servify for 12 months. Additionally, discounts of up to Rs 500 on Amazon Kindle eBooks. OnePlus Breaks Guinness World Record With OnePlus 6T Mega Unboxing Event in Mumbai.

The new OnePlus 6T comes with incremental upgrades over the predecessor which includes in-display fingerprint sensor, bigger display screen, smart boost, increased battery, nightscape and much more. However, the camera specifications and Snapdragon 845 processor are straightaway lifted from OnePlus 6. The smartphone also comes in 3 variants - 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB that are priced at Rs 37,999, Rs 41,999 and Rs 45,999 respectively. The phone now packs a bigger 3700 mAh battery with 20W fast charging with bundled adapter. The smartphone now packs a Type-C USB port for audio in spite of traditional 3.5 headphone jack.