As all the excitement regarding OnePlus 6T still lingers, the Chinese giants have sought to ride the wave, announcing the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition edition.
Speed takes on a new form in the #OnePlus6T McLaren Edition! Join OnePlus and @McLarenF1 on December 11, as we reveal a device that defies the limits of design and power. #SalutetoSpeed pic.twitter.com/uAnrj6F4js
— OnePlus (@oneplus) 5 December 2018
The phone, that is to be unveiled on the 11th of December in Mumbai, has made a lot of promises hence has a lot riding on it. Though don’t worry, if you think that the wait is too long, a kind soul has “leaked” the renders on Twitter.
If you’re in that small faction of people who were somewhat unsatisfied with the OnePlus 6T, performance wise, the McLaren edition is for you.
The RAM-azing new upgarde
Boasting an astonishing, and somewhat thought of as unneeded, 10GB RAM, the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is by far the fastest Android phone available. Competitors such as Pixel 3 and Samsung A9, capped off the RAM at 4GB. OnePlus 6T still boasted a 6GB and 8GB variant, which already seemed like an overkill. Adding an extra 2GB doesn’t quite add up.
They have achieved Warp Speed
— OnePlus (@oneplus) 7 December 2018
Another feature that the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition advertises is the “Warp Charge 30”. This change to roster came in hindsight to the Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition, that trademarked the Super VOOC (50W) charging. The Warp Charge, trademarked by OnePlus, is supposed to be a 50W charger. The phone will easily last a day, just by charging it for 30 minutes.
The materialistic approach
Looks wise, the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition and the OnePlus 6T don’t differ much, the only change being the signature McLaren orange along the edges.
If one wants a scrutinized look at the lackings of OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, one can zero in on the processor.
Both 6 and 6T models use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Recently Qualcomm has unveiled its fastest yet, the Snapdragon 855, though its use will start next year.
No other information has been shared or “leaked”, that gives us insight into other features such as camera quality, or any other field.