According to reviews, OnePlus 3T, especially its midnight black edition, is the best value for money smartphone. With a powerful chip from Qualcomm, which is the Snapdragon 821 Processor, and back-up by 6GB RAM, this OnePlus mobile phone really is something to boast for. Today, a new report regarding the OnePlus 3T midnight black is said to be sold out worldwide.
OnePlus 3T In Midnight Black Is Gone
According to PhoneArena, the limited "Midnight Black" release of the OnePlus 3T is now officially out of stock on a worldwide basis. The report comes just a few days after OnePlus announced that the phone was sold out in all markets aside from the UK and Hong Kong. Indeed, OnePlus 3T is one of the best-selling smartphones nowadays.
OnePlus initially intended to use color black as the main color variation for the aluminum body of its existing flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 3. This plan was supposed to serve as an honor of sorts to the original OnePlus One, but because of low production, the Chinese company halted it. It took over a year in order to get the manufacturing rule up to standard and eventually managed to appear the black color in a limited supply of the 3T.
Is Midnight Black Coming To OnePlus 5?
As reported by Trusted Reviews, the midnight black edition of the OnePlus 3T is now gone for good. And if someone whats to still own the OnePlus 3T, Gunmetal and Soft Gold variant color are still available as per announced by OnePlus official Facebook page. However, if OnePlus 5 will arrive this year with the same midnight black option, perhaps it will be better to hold off for a while.
Whatever the OnePlus 5 ends up, it is sure that there is an upcoming smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer. In fact, the company has already teased the new mobile device, with CEO Pete Lau posting a picture on Weibo, a Chinese social network, featuring several people working on a giant smartphone. The caption is in Chinese character but when translated, it is “Working without a break on a OnePlus smartphone, just to make a big surprise."