OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau, has put out a tweet with a picture of a product packaging that has a carbon fiber design and an orange lining on it. Incidentally, the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition had the same design language. Therefore, the tweet from Pete Lau suggests that the brand will soon launch a McLaren Edition smartphone. This special edition could be for the OnePlus 7T or the allegedly upcoming OnePlus 7T Pro. However, considering that special edition smartphones usually have maxed-out specifications, the McLaren Edition could be based on the OnePlus 7T Pro.
OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition Could Have More RAM, More Storage, Faster Charging Speed
To recall, the McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T had higher RAM and storage capacities, and also a faster-charging speed than the standard version of the OnePlus 6T. You can expect the same with the McLaren Edition OnePlus 7T Pro. It might have more RAM, more storage, and a faster-charging speed compared to the standard version of the OnePlus 7T Pro. Speaking of faster-charging speed, the OnePlus 7T Pro could feature the 65W fast charging tech, that OnePlus’ sister company, Oppo revealed recently.
OnePlus 7T Pro Is Launching On 10th October
Speaking of the OnePlus 7T Pro, OnePlus recently announced that the brand will launch the OnePlus 7T series on the 10th of October. As the announcement mentioned “OnePlus 7T Series”, it suggested that there will be more than one OnePlus 7T smartphones on offer. Considering that the OnePlus 7T is already out, the other smartphone in the series that might launch tomorrow could be the OnePlus 7T Pro. There is also a possibility that the brand will skip on the standard version of the OnePlus 7T Pro, and directly launch the McLaren Edition OnePlus 7T Pro.
OnePlus 7T Pro Could Have A Pop-up Camera
The standard version of the OnePlus 7T Pro might most probably come with a pop-up front-facing camera. The rest of the specifications of the device could be similar to that of the OnePlus 7T. There is also a rumor that OnePlus 7T Pro could pack a larger battery compared to its sibling. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait too long to know the official specifications, as the launch is just a day to go.