New leak suggests that upcoming OnePlus 3T would cost significantly more than the OnePlus 3S
OnePlus has been in the news these past few days and most of those times, we have been hearing about a new device that they have been planning. At first, we were talking about this one being an upgraded version of the already existent OnePlus 3 and we have thought that it would be named OnePlus 3S as at the time of launch.
However, we have been informed by new sources that it would not be so and carry the OnePlus 3T moniker instead and while we have to wait for any official information before anything is confirmed, there has been a new leak as to the price of this unit.
Given that the OnePlus 3 itself was sold for around $399 as at the time of launch, Evan Blass who has a track record when it comes to giving these kinds of leaks has stated that the 3T would go for $80 more than the base variant and this can be understood given that it would carry higher specs than we get to see on the ordinary 3.
What we are trying to wrap our heads around though is how they hope to sell this one to customers who have gotten used to getting a very good device for very less money from this same manufacturer.
In the coming weeks though, we get to see this one in its full gory and all our doubts can be laid to rest.
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