Open betas are meant to give the general public a chance to try out prerelease software, and also a way for a company to test that software ahead of an actual public launch.
The OnePlus 6T launched not too long ago, and we recently saw the McLaren Edition, too. But work on new devices never ends for a company like OnePlus.
OnePlus is not a stranger to running prerelease software for its handsets out in the wild ahead of a public rollout of new software.
If you were expecting the upcoming McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T to boast a bright orange design, something similar to the familiar color scheme of the McLaren supercar, you might be disappointed.
As smartphone prices continue to climb, it sounds like we’re going to see one integral component for the future start helping to hike prices as well.
While the biggest wireless carriers in the United States are eating up most of the attention when it comes to 5G’s rollout, they aren’t the only ones planning on offering up the faster network connections next year.
When OnePlus announced it was working with the supercar manufacturer McLaren to launch a special edition of a smartphone, what is probably the OnePlus 6T, the company didn’t dive into many details as to what to expect.
It’s almost Black Friday in the United States, which means companies are jumping on the promotions bandwagon.
Earlier this month, OnePlus launched a new color variant of the OnePlus 6T, but only introduced it for the Chinese market.
While the wireless carriers in the United States continue to tout their 5G network rollout plans, the other part of the equation is devices that can support the technology. And OnePlus is ready to jump on that bandwagon.