OnePlus 7T Pro, the next-generation OnePlus flagship, is now being teased to launch in India on October 10. One Plus through its official India Twitter account has suggested the India release date of the OnePlus 7T Pro. Additionally, Amazon.in has included a dedicated webpage that highlights the expansion of the OnePlus 7T series in the country on October 10. The OnePlus 7T Pro is likely to come as an upgrade to the One Plus 7Pro that was launched in India earlier this year. The new smartphone will sit alongside the OnePlus 7T that the Chinese company brought first to the Indian market last month.
“Thought we were done? Oh[,] we’re just getting started. Watch out for something special,” OnePlus tweeted through its India account on Saturday. This tweet matches the London OnePlus 7T series launch event that is widely expected to see the OnePlus 7T Pro smartphone unveiled, and also matches the launch date that we spotted on the HDFC Bank offer listing earlier this week. The listing had mentioned the tentative sale date for the offline and online availability of the device in India, and an October 15 availability on Amazon India.
OnePlus has so far officially confirmed that it is hosting a launch event in London on October 10. But the latest OnePlus tweet as well as the listing on Amazon.in suggest that the launch event has significance for India as well. FoneArena was first to spot the 7TPRO mention in the Amazon image URL.
If we look at what has been rumoured so far. OnePlus 7T Pro will come with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC. It include a 4,080mAh battery with Warp Charge 30T support. Some of its leaked renders have also suggested various design similarities with the existing OnePlus 7 Pro.
One Plus 7T Pro McLaren Edition
Also, if you’re wondering whether One Plus will launch a new “McLaren Edition” OnePlus 7T Pro later this week or not? ell, the answer is yes. It will be launched alongside the standard 7T Pro in London. But will we see any major design changes as compared to last year ? Stay tuned for more updates and the launch coverage later this week.