The OnePlus 6T Will Reportedly Be Sold Through T-Mobile for $550

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This year it will be available at T-Mobile stores which will definitely attract a greater audience than before.

According to a report from CNET, OnePlus is finally about to join the big-name manufacturers by launching a phone with official carrier partner in the US.

The OnePlus 6T could cost $550, $20 more than the current OnePlus 6 that costs $530.

It also an added point for success that T-Mobile, as well as AT&T, are both compatible with the unlocked versions of OnePlus phones. Below we have listed five improvements which might be spotted on the yet to be announced OnePlus 6T.

Sources confirm that the OnePlus 6T will launch in October.

Does a OnePlus 6T that's optimized for T-Mobile and sold by T-Mo interest you?

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If we take that taking point at face value, it's unclear how the company will be able to maintain its budget proposition.

The Chinese smartphone maker is a well known name in Asia, but isn't very big in the U.S. It recently became the number one premium smartphone seller in India, overtaking Samsung and Apple.

Unfortunately the newest report did not detail any specific features the OnePlus 6T will bring when it arrives later this year.

We reached out to OnePlus regarding the news, and the company had no statement to offer at this time. But the price isn't finalized, according to CNET. It also has a huge following in the United States.

If the OnePlus 6T is indeed being planned for October, we should see OnePlus start teasing the device in the coming weeks. If you didn't already know, OnePlus is owned by a company called BBK.

Otherwise, recent history suggests the design will be "borrowed" from Oppo and Vivo's latest flagships, while the specifications may not be radically altered compared to the OP6. This could possibly stop the launch, but since OnePlus is a small firm it might fly under the radar. This includes support for the 600MHz that promises better and faster coverage.

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