OnePlus 3T Sports A Midnight Black Finish For A Limited Time

OnePlus officially announced that it is making its latest all-Black version of the OnePlus 3T available to more users with the limited release of the OnePlus 3T Midnight Black. OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei wrote in a blog post "We've received countless requests to release an all-black OnePlus 3T worldwide. Pei also added, "Today, we are happy to announce something special for those of you who couldn't make it to Paris."

As part of this limited run, the Midnight Black variant of the OnePlus 3T will only be available with 128GB storage for the standard $480 price tag. This flagship killer will be available for purchase via Hypebeast, starting at 12 noon ET on Friday, March 24th. Like the company's other smartphones, the 3T Midnight Black availability is "extremely limited," Pei said. According to a source, only 250 units of the limited-edition model will be available. OnePlus fans in North America and Europe can be able to purchase the device from the company's website, however, it's still uncertain how many units will be available. According to a recent report, OnePlus furnishes three 14-micron thick dark coatings, which is thin enough to maintain the natural metallic feel and look of the solid body. Also, after being coated, the device goes through two sandblasting sessions to give it that reflective quality as everyone seen on the OnePlus 3T in the past.

As for the specs, it's the same flagship killer last year and is easily one of the best phones you can buy, especially at a great price. OnePlus 3T is a 5.5-inch AMOLED Full HD screen and a fast fingerprint scanner. Its body is hewn from a single block of Aluminium, which is curved slightly on the back to give it an ergonomic feel. Powering the device is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and under the hood is a decent 3,300mAh battery which easily lasts all day and charges exceptionally fast thanks to OnePlus' Dash Charge.


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