OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition To Come With New Fast Charge Technology

Joanna Estrada
December 9, 2018

The same Ishan Agarwal who leaked the OnePlus 6T before its launch, including the purple option that OnePlus made available to buyers a few weeks after the first models rolled out, posted the following images on Twitter.

Oppo R17 Pro was the first device to introduce SuperVOOC in India earlier this week and we're aware of OnePlus' close ties with Oppo Mobile (both of them sharing a parent, BBK Electronics), so the idea of Warp Charge being of close resemblance to the same.

The upcoming special edition of the OnePlus 6T would be called the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Speed Orange.

They show a handset that looks a lot like the standard OnePlus 6T from the front, featuring a teardrop notch and an otherwise nearly all-screen design, with an in-screen fingerprint scanner and just a slim bezel at the bottom.

Leaked official renders reveal OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition will have faster charging technology tagged Warp Charge 30
OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition to come with a better charging option

OnePlus has, for the first time, has officially mentioned "warp" and introducing its next speedster (or flagship killer, as everyone still knows it) could be the flawless occasion to make the switch.

Meanwhile the rest of us will go back to moping and hoping like hell that OnePlus eventually decide to bring their products to a carrier Downunder. There's also the McLaren logo on the rear, of course, adding kudos to this special edition. Since the current Dash Charge on the OnePlus devices is one of the best in the industry, it appears to be interesting as what this new quick charge technology has to offer. As befitting a device with a partnership with an F1 team and supercar maker the device will be even higher specced than the standard OnePlus 6T. Potentially, the charger could use Oppo's Super VOOC charging technology.

Apart from that, the McLaren version is also expected to come with Warp Charge, and the new version of the fast-charging technology would apparently be enough to give the 3700mAh battery a day's worth of charge in just 20 minutes. It looks as if the rear panel is glowing, but we all know it's just the magic of the golden-hued colour.

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