Reliance Jio – OnePlus 6T Offer: Jio Announces Instant Cashback Worth Rs.5,400 on Purchasing OnePlus 6T

Ahead of the OnePlus 6T launch, we have got to know about Jio offer that will be bundled with the launch of the phone in India.

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OnePlus 6T Offers During Launch In India Announced on Amazon

OnePlus 6T launch in around the corner and before the device goes official, offers and discounts have already started pouring in. One of the latest offers for the flagship comes from Reliance Jio. Under this offer, Jio consumers will be eligible to get cashback when they buy the OnePlus 6T smartphone. Check out the details below.

Reliance Jio Instant Cashback On OnePlus 6T Purchase

Under the Jio offer for the OnePlus 6T, buyers will receive an instant CashBack worth INR 5,400. It’s worth noting that this cashback will be in the form of credit vouchers from Jio. A total of 36 vouchers will be credited to the buyer and each voucher will be of INR 150. Obviously, this offer is limited to Jio users who will buy a OnePlus 6T smartphone. These vouchers can later be utilised by the users for recharges.

In the tweet, Sanjay Bafna notes that these vouchers will be redeemable on Rs.299 recharges and users will be able to avail the benefits of the 299 plan at an effective price of INR 149. The information does not come from the official source, but we expect it to go live once the OnePlus 6T goes official in India on October 30, 2018.

Other Offers Bundled With OnePlus 6T

Other offers on the OnePlus 6T smartphone include free Type-C Bullet earphones and INR 1,500 worth of gift vouchers from the company. OnePlus recently took to Twitter to announce the offer which is valid for the buyers who pre-book the phone and participate in the mass unboxing event that the company is organizing in Mumbai on November 1, 2018. You can check out more details about this offer here.

OnePlus 6T Launch Event Today, Expected Specifications

The OnePlus 6T will be made official in New York at 8:30 PM (IST) at a global event. The phone will subsequently be launched in India on October 30, 2018. It will be an Amazon exclusive product in India. We are expecting to launch under INR 40,000 with the sale kicking from November 2, 2018.

One of the major features to debut on the OnePlus 6T is its in-display fingerprint sensor, which the company claims to be superior to the phones that have launched in the past with it. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau enlightened the world about the sensor used for the In-display fingerprint technology. Lau explained that the company has opted for a light-based sensor that deems the user’s finger as the light source and analyses the structure and size of the fingerprint accordingly.

The OnePlus 6T has been rumored to launch with a Snapdragon 845 processor. On the software side, the flagship will run Android 9.0 Pie-based OxygenOS, which is touted to offer ‘improved UI experience’. The phone will be available in two variants – 6GB RAM/128GB storage and 8GB RAM/256GB storage. Some of the leaked images of the phone revealed a teardrop notch on the phone that is expected to offer more screen real estate than the OnePlus 6. Another upgrade comes in the form of battery, the OnePlus 6T is expected to come with 3700mAh battery in comparison to 3400mAh battery on the OnePlus 6.

Although some of these specs have not come from the official, we will get to know it all when the phone goes official today. To catch all the action live from New York, head to the video below. We will also be doing live updates for the launch. Stay tuned with us.



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