OnePlus 5T Lava Red Edition Launched In India

OnePlus 5T Lava Red Edition Launched In India

OnePlus 5T Lava Red Edition Launched In India

The OnePlus 5T Lava Red edition has officially made its way to India after making its debut in China back in November 2017.

As we mentioned, the OnePlus 5T Lava Red variant is expected to launch in India. Registrations for the OnePlus 5T Lava Red Edition begin on 11th January, 2018 on Amazon India. The Star Wars Limited Edition was launched in India in December for Rs 38,999. Currently, it is listed on OnePlus' official store and will also be available on Amazon India's website.

OnePlus chose to "revisit a classic" last week, unveiling a special Sandstone White edition of the already lovely and popular 5T smartphone that tapped into the nostalgia of the company's early supporters. The pricing and availability has not been announced yet, although we expect it to be priced similar to the original Midnight Black variant.

This is the first time that OnePlus has launched a Red coloured device.

This new variant of the OnePlus 5T model brings an 8GB RAM speed and internal memory of 128GB. It comes with 16 Megapixel Sony IMX398 sensor primary and 20 Megapixel Sony IMX376K sensor secondary rear camera with Dual LED flash. For the Lava Red variant, OnePlus has used two anodic oxidation processes, double blasting and AF coating, to maintain the texture. The device will be a direct rival of the OnePlus 5T and comes with a few features that are usually found on Samsung's flagships.

The OnePlus 5T is a dual SIM smartphone that runs OxygenOS 4.7.6 based on Android Nougat (). On the front is another 16-megapixel sensor.

Connectivity options of OnePlus 5T includes- Wi-Fi 2x2 MIMO, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, 3.5mm audio-jack, NFC, USB 2.0, Type-C, GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou. It is backed by a 3300mAh battery which is comes with the support of company fast charging technology Dash charging.

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