The OnePlus 6T will launch in October - on T

Ruben Fields
August 18, 2018

The next OnePlus flagship smartphone will launch on T-Mobile here in the addition to its normal global launch, CNET says. OnePlus is said to be partnering with T-Mobile for the release of the OnePlus 6T, the follow-up model to the OnePlus 6 that is set to launch in fall.

Partnering with a United States carrier is a great move that should raise awareness of OnePlus in the US.

When OnePlus told us earlier this year that they were ready to approach carriers, and most recently that they would do so in a bloatware-free way, they weren't joking.

Another gap between the premium phones by Samsung, Apple and OnePlus is the absence of ingress protection certificate.

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The popular boutique smartphone brand will offer the OnePlus 6T through T-Mobile, according to PCMag's Sascha Segan. For reference, the OnePlus 5T was revealed in mid-November 2017. OnePlus has had success by bucking the trend and selling direct to consumer, but it's barely made a dent in the overall market. This marks the first time that OnePlus will have a USA carrier partner for a device launch.

The 6T is allegedly launching in October, and there will be a specific version "optimized for T-Mobile's network".

Out of all the carriers, T-Mobile certainly makes the most sense. The launch could occur in October or November, Segan tweeted, which would coincide with when OnePlus is expected to unveil its next phone. Going all the way back to the OnePlus One in 2014, the company has always used the latest and greatest Snapdragon chip - the same chip powering phones that cost twice as much.

OnePlus started out as a value flagship company, but has been increasing its prices and the capabilities of each successive phone.

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