OnePlus is finally going to unveil the most-talked-about flagship, OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, at a global launch event in London on Tuesday. As the event is about to kick off in a few hours, the anticipation among fans grows. In India, there's another launch event for OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition scheduled for Wednesday, but eager fans can still get the first look at the upcoming flagship.
OnePlus, like its other events, will be live-streaming the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition launch event for its fans around the world to catch all the action. The event is about to commence at 9:30 a.m. GMT, which means fans in India will be able to get all the updates live 3 p.m. onwards.
OnePlus won't be sharing the live-streaming the event from its official YouTube channel or through its social media channels this time. But we will be receiving the official details on the new OnePlus phone as and when it goes official.
So far, there have been several details leaked about the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, hinting at the design, specs upgrade and more. But the pricing of the handset has remained a mystery, which we will know only when the company makes the official announcement.
As for the design, OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is likely to retain the Mirror Black finish with a subtle hint of orange outline at the bottom edge, leaked renders have suggested. Another major upgrade is said to be the inclusion of 10GB RAM, which makes OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition the world's first phone with such high RAM configuration to be made available globally.
With these changes, OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is definitely going to grab a lot of attention. Launching limited edition phones by collaborating with other brands has been OnePlus' tradition, but this time the Chinese tech giant seems to be going overboard with its partnership with McLaren. Also, rumours indicate that the worthy upgrades will come at a cost, which makes the upcoming smartphone the company's most expensive flagship ever. The rest of the features and specs should remain unchanged in the upcoming phone.