Published: Sat, August 18, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

OnePlus 6T may launch on T

OnePlus 6T may launch on T

OnePlus has been following a half-yearly cycle for a while now and those who have been holding out buying the OnePlus 6 in anticipation of the T model, may not have to wait that long.

The report adds that OnePlus will continue to sell its global unlocked model in the USA that will support either AT&T or T-Mobile. As of writing this report, there isn't any concrete rumor that indicates that would change with the OnePlus 6T. The phone is to launch in October, but could be delayed if it doesn't get "technical approval" from T-Mobile.

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Bargain hunters have always had a lot to like from OnePlus, and any that are in a T-Mobile store will probably have a hard time missing the flagship looks and lower price of the OnePlus 6T. According to a new report, the company's fall flagship phone will launch on T-Mobile in the US. This marks the first time that OnePlus will have a US carrier partner for a device launch. CNET reported that OnePlus 6T will launch in October and the company has raked in T-Mobile as an exclusive carrier partner for the handset in the U.S.

Partnership aside, it also seems like this would be a particularly good time for OnePlus to make a more committed push to become a mainstream smartphone brand. And the OnePlus 6 already has a notch. Regardless of that, being offered by one of the "big four" in the USA should build more awareness for OnePlus among the mainstream public. T-Mobile will reportedly be the exclusive US carrier partner for the new OnePlus phone, and it's expected that there will be a special version of the phone that's "optimized" for the T-Mobile network, including support for T-Mo's 600MHz LTE coverage.

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Anyway, this is great news for OnePlus.

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