OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Could Have Faster Charging Than OnePlus 6T

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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.

The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, as previously reported, appears to offer 10GB RAM - exactly how this will change the performance of the phone remains to be seen - but it certainly brings bragging rights.

The back is covered in glass but the inside of the glass appears to have a design that makes it appear as if it is made of kevlar. If the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is coming with a better and faster charging, it is very possible that it will be the 50W super flash charging. There is also an orange paint job that begins at the bottom but fades off when it gets to the sides.

Not really excited about the design? Then you will be excited about its internals.

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Overall, it looks like the McLaren Edition 6T could be a great addition to the OnePlus line. The phone will reportedly be unveiled next week and while OnePlus hasn't officially revealed the specifications of the phone, some recently leaked marketing images have spilled the beans. It will also be paired with 256GB of storage. The new charging, to be called Warp Charge 30, will be capable of charging enough to give a day's power in just 20 minutes.

While the current charger bundled with OnePlus 6T supports 20W which is way faster than Samsung or Google which support 10W charging, OnePlus could really take the lead with 50W charging which is now supported by its sibling company Oppo.

Now the-artist-formerly-known-as-Dash Charge promises a day's charge in 30 minutes, meaning the new phone is getting an upgraded version of the tech. The tweet is accompanied with the caption "Charging is about to hit warp speed", which may be the subtle hint one needs to suspect that Dash charging could finally be going away.

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