OnePlus continues to shake-up the smartphone market with it offering feature-packed devices at a fraction of the cost of its rival flagships.
The latest OnePlus 6T comes flaunting a stunning 6.4-inch display, dual-lens camera and fast Qualcomm processor.
There’s also an embedded fingerprint scanner under the screen and this refreshed phone includes a larger battery for extended life.
When the OnePlus 6T was unveiled last month it was shown off in two black designs, however, from today you can now buy the 6T in Thunder Purple.
“The OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple is a stunning combination of power and beauty – the black-to-purple fade is like a thunderstorm on a summer night,” Pete Lau, Founder and CEO of OnePlus, said.
“We experimented extensively to test how light interacts with the colours in order to give people what might just be our most beautiful design yet.”
This colour arrives with 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage with it costing £529.
If that sounds a little expensive there is a cheaper way to own a OnePlus smartphone.
Amazon has just slashed the price of this year’s OnePlus 6 with prices for this phone starting from just £399 – a saving of £70.
The OnePlus 6 includes a 6.38-inch full HD display, dual-lens rear camera and fast 845 Snapdragon processor.
It does have a slightly smaller battery than the 6T and the fingerprint scanner is placed on the rear of the phone but this is still an excellent device.
The news of this deal comes as EE has just announced its Mobile Series gaming final will see entrants playing Clash Royale over the superfast EE 4G network on the all-new OnePlus 6T, the exclusive handset partner of the tournament.
This pioneering event offers avid mobile gamers the chance to compete for the ultimate prize in gaming – to become a fully-fledged team member of one of the world’s biggest and most successful esports teams, Fnatic.
The new competition from EE will feature three exciting stages of action-packed gaming, culminating in a stunning eight-player Live Final, at the BT Sport studio in London on Sunday 20th January 2019.
The top 16 players from each Open Qualifier will be seeded into 4 groups and advance to the Group Stages (4th, 6th, 11th and 13th December), where each group will play a best of 3 single round robin. The top 2 players from each group will advance to The EE Mobile Series Final on 20th January 2019.
Speaking about the event, Wouter Sleijffers, CEO, Fnatic: “We’re excited to have found a partner in EE who are as passionate about esports and entertaining new audiences as we are. Fnatic are more than just a team: our mission is to bring esports into every household and our exclusive partnership with EE for The EE Mobile Series is a big step towards this ambition.”