Just a few hours after the official-looking press renders of the OnePlus 6T in a new “Thunder Purple” colour surfaced on the internet, OnePlus updated its official China page to show the OnePlus 6T smartphone in the new colour along with the other previously launched Midnight Black and Mirror Black colours. The background also has a purple hue that dissolves in to black just like it does on the back panel of the smartphone. The device seems to be available only in China currently.
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