One Plus 3T With Snapdragon 821 processor To Launch Tomorrow: What To Expect

OnePlus has officially confirmed that a new smartphone will launch tomorrow on November 15. The smartphone is possible to be an upgraded version of the best-selling flagship phone OnePlus three that was launched in June and has been anticipated by consumers worldwide. OnePlus 3T will be one of the next powerful smartphones in the market.

OnePlus 3T: Processors, features and Specs


OnePlus 3T is set to deliver a Snapdragon 821 processor, Qualcomm's newest chip. Clocked at 2.35 GHz. What is certain is, OnePlus 3T will be a powerful performer than the previous OnePlus lineup and many other smartphones bearing more or less similar specification. It has 6GB RAM and 64 GB storageOnePlus said the 3T as 'More Power' and 'More Precision'. The device will be fueled by a battery in the run of 3,500 mAh up to 4,000 mAh. Also, OnePlus 3, this one will support the company's Dash Charge technology.

OnePlus 3T: Camera

OnePlus 3T is expected to bear 16 megapixels Sony IMX 398 sensor for the rear camera. The upcoming OnePlus 3 sports a 16-megapixel rear camera with Sony IMX 298 sensor, which will now be replaced with Sony IMX 398 to produce better images. Until now, Oppo R9s was the first one to bear a Sony IMX 398 sensor.

OnePlus 3T: Design

As rumors have been taking the rounds since the past couple of weeks, the smartphone is anticipated to come equipped with an LCD display instead of an AMOLED one. The device will notedly run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box. The One Plus 3T is set to carry not much difference than OnePlus 3 in terms of design and looks.

OnePlus 3T: Price And Availability

This means the new phone could be priced at $479 (around Rs 32,000). The release OnePlus 3T will be on Facebook Live and will be starting on November 15 at 1pm EST. The OnePlus 3T smartphone will make its name as a high-performance gadget powered by faster processors and a top notch fast-charging technology.

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