OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Smartphone

Dec 12, 2018

Category: Tech

McLaren is typically known for their incredible, road-ravaging supercars. With the debut of the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, they’ll also be known for their super smartphone built with the spirit and speed of their automotive masterpieces.

The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition smartphone is all about the need for speed, packing 10GB of RAM for incredible performance, allowing you to multitask or even play games with ease. However, what’s most impressive about this phone is its Warp Charge 30 technology, allowing the smartphone to recharge 50% of its battery in only 20 minutes. You can even play a game or watch a flick while juicing up the phone at full speed. It’s also durable as hell with a carbon fiber back cover, paying tribute to McLaren being the first to use the robust material in Formula 1. And, to further give the phone a McLaren vibe, it’s accented with Papaya Orange. You’ll have the chance to pick up this unique supercar-inspired smartphone soon.

Purchase: $699

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