We haven't put the OnePlus 6T McLaren edition through its paces yet, and can't vouch for how much better it performs against the regular flagship.
The regular OnePlus 6T will charge to 50 per cent in 30 minutes, so it's a slightly difference in charging speed. Meanwhile, the biggest change for the new edition is the 10GB of RAM under the hood, which should help keep things humming along on the new Papaya Orange-trimmed handset. OnePlus has gone above and beyond to make sure buyers feel justified while buying the 6T McLaren Edition. The device is also stamped with McLaren's logo which can move and shift under different lighting and angles. The British auto manufacturer is known for its high-performance cars, and unique design - especially its use of Papaya Orange.
A 6.41-inch AMOLED display (2,340 x 1,080), dual rear cameras, Android 8.0, a USB-C port, and LTE-A connectivity also feature on the phone.
Does the McLaren Edition from OnePlus justify its price?
In an interview with PCMag, CEO Pete Lau explained several topics that bothered on partnership, 5G networks, TV, security, and also ideas about smaller phones.
OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition will be available with 10GB RAM.
However, this price rise doesn't seem to dampen OnePlus' plans to deliver a 5G device, and its focus doesn't seem to be on large scale sales, but more towards learning from the new market demand. Further, OnePlus has finely tuned power management software without generating excessive heat.
Yesterday, the company finally launched the McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T smartphone.
With these worthy improvements, OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition puts on a good show for onlookers. However, that's for a version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
You should not be disappointed to hear that the new edition is not get outfitted with Qualcomm's 7nm FinFET Snapdragon 855. He said he's most excited for a potential green-screening feature, which lets you magically remove the backgrounds from photos.
Having said that, you do get some extras with the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, as it comes with both a book, celebrating the history of the two companies, and a McLaren Speedmark logo made out of carbon fiber. The pricing is not as insane as a Porsche Edition Huawei device.
After all, it will give itself a head start over other companies when it comes to developing such a device.