At the OnePlus 7T Pro launch in London, the company also unveiled its more ‘luxury’ limited edition OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren version with the highest price-tag yet.
The second collaboration with F1 manufacturer McLaren, the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren edition offers you a more ‘premium’ or ‘luxury’ OnePlus experience in a fresh new outfit.
Under the hood, you’ll find the Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of non-expandable onboard storage and a 4,085mAh battery. The McLaren edition acts as the high-end model in the 7T Pro line.
It too gets the battery bump with a 4,085mAh battery complete with the slightly faster Warp Charge 30T fast charger in the box. It does, however, have a unique McLaren-inspired design. The signature Papaya Orange color is everywhere, with a braided charge cable and black charge brick coming with the 7T Pro McLaren edition.
The same camera hardware found on the standard OnePlus 7T Pro also makes the jump, with the very same minor hardware and software tweaks. That means a dedicated macro photography mode, Google Lens integration and enhanced Nightscape 2.0 mode.
The tweaks don’t stop there, as at the rear you’ll see a unique Alacantara design that mimics the shell of the highest-end McLaren supercars. It too has a Papaya Orange trim that really makes this version of the 7T Pro stand-out.
Much like the collaboration last year, there are some limited edition wallpapers for those that opt for the pricey limited model. There are also some minor cosmetic changes to Oxygen OS 10.0 that, of course, are built upon Android 10.
And it doesn't end there. We now have a streamlined user interface that includes papaya-tinted icons that resemble a McLaren dashboard and exclusive live wallpapers. #OnePlus7TSeries pic.twitter.com/JoyYjYxgXM
— OnePlus (@oneplus) October 10, 2019
There will be other limited trinkets within the box for fans to get to grips with once the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren edition goes on sale on November 5th. It is also set to be OnePlus’ most expensive smartphone to date with a price-tag of £799. You’ll be able to pre-order the high-end smartphone directly from the official OnePlus website.
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