OnePlus 3T Black colour variant teased, set to launch tonight

OnePlus is teasing a new Black variant of the OnePlus 3T, tipped to launch tonight.

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Highlights

    • OnePlus 3T black variant tipped to launch today.
    • OnePlus launched all-black Colette limited edition OnePlus 3T last week.
    • OnePlus 3T is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC.

The all-black OnePlus 3T with Colette engraving unveiled a few days ago, came inscribed as a limited edition that was made available only in Paris. The Chinese conglomerate, however, appears to be bringing the new Black variant of the OnePlus 3T for a wider audience.

OnePlus has put out a teaser on Twitter, suggesting the launch of a Black variant of the OnePlus 3T. Posting its first tweet on its official Twitter (global) on Tuesday, the company posted another tweet in its India Twitter handle with a quote “Discover true beauty in the dark. 10 hours to go” today. Going by the post, we can expect OnePlus to unveil the new Black variant of the OnePlus 3T tonight (around 9pm IST).

OnePlus had shared an image as well that revealed the back panel of the new Black OnePlus 3T smartphone. The image, however showed only the edge of the device hinting that the Black variant may or may not arrive with the Colette logo on its body.

Notably, the all-black Colette edition was available for sale with only 250 units in Paris. Tagged with a price tag of $510 (around Rs. 33,500), the limited-edition matte black OnePlus 3T bundled a free pair of OnePlus Bullet V2 headphones as well.

To refresh, the OnePlus 3T was an upgrade version of the company’s flagship killer, the OnePlus 3. The upgrade model came with some improved offerings. The device has a big 3400mAh battery and Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor. Meanwhile, its predecessor carries a 3000mAh battery and Snapdragon 820 system-on-chip (SoC). OnePlus was launched in two colour variants- Gunmetal and Soft Gold, what remains to be seen is whether the Black variant will join its siblings or not.