OnePlus 6T can be discontinued after the launch of OnePlus 7

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OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro are going to launch in India on May 14, 2019. Well, we all know that whenever OnePlus launches a smartphone, the old model gets closed. It is being speculated that the company could stop the sale of OnePlus 6T launched last year after launching 7 and 7 pro.

Discount on OnePlus 6T

If you are planning to buy OnePlus 6T these days, hurry up because there are so many good deals these days for this phone. The OnePlus 6T 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage variant were recently made available for Rs. 34,999 and when the phone was launched it was priced at Rs. 37,999. The company is in the process of launching its new smartphone. In this case, if you find some good offers then you can buy OnePlus 6t.

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Possible features of OnePlus 7 and 7Pro

OnePlus 7 and 7Pro will launch in Bengaluru on May 14. According to the information, a 6.7-inch display will be given in OnePlus 7 Pro and its refresh rate will be 90Hz.

In addition, this phone will come in three variants – 6GB / 128GB, 8GB / 256GB, and 12GB / 256GB. For Performance, Snapdragon 855 will be given in it. For photography it has 48MP primary camera, 8MP telephoto lens with 3X zoom and 16MP wide-angle lens.

There will also be an in-display fingerprint sensor. Apart from this, it will have a 4000mAh battery. For the same thing, oneplus 7 will have fewer features than Pro, as it will not get 5G support, 30W Warp charge and 90Hz display.

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It will have a 6.4-inch display. It seems that it has a 48MP primary camera and 5MP depth sensor. Snapdragon 855 for the same performance. The phone will have 3700mAh which will come with 20W charging support. OnePlus 7 will come with full-screen display and pop-up can come with for selfie camera.

It is believed that OnePlus 7 can be priced around OnePlus 6T. However, the upgrade of this phone is expected for little bit price hike.

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