OnePlus Announces Midnight Black Limited Edition of OnePlus 3T and it Looks Dope

Earlier today, we reported that OnePlus is going to launch another limited edition of OnePlus 3T in Matte Black colour variant. The company, a few hours back announced the limited edition ‘Midnight Black’ variant of the OnePlus 3T. The best part of this version is you can actually get your hands on the phone.

OnePlus 3T limited edition

Recently, OnePlus released an exclusive variant of OnePlus 3T in collaboration with Paris fashion house, Colette, but the company decided to sell only 250 units of the phone and that too only in Paris. Having said that, OnePlus claims the Midnight Black edition as a limited one, but they did not reveal the number to units to be sold.

The OnePlus 3T Midnight Black version will be sold in only one variant-6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and the best part is that OnePlus is keeping the pricing same as the standard Gunmetal colour variant. In India, the phone will be available for Rs. 34,999 and will be sold on March 31 at 4 PM. As of now, there are no details on where the company is planning to sell the limited edition phone in India- Amazon India or OnePlus’ own store.

OnePlus in its blog post said as follows, “This limited edition of the OnePlus 3T is hewed out of the same space-grade aluminium that lent the original OnePlus 3 and 3T devices their class and durability. A dark coating of just 14 microns in thickness is meticulously applied to the surface of the phone, imbuing the device with a stunning black colour built to last, while retaining the look and feel of naked metal.”

The OnePlus 3T was released in December 2016 as an incremental update to the OnePlus 3. It packs a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display, Snapdragon 821 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, 3400mAh battery, and 16MP rear front cameras.

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Fantastic news!!!!!


@nikhil Is it wise to go for it now….I can wait for SD835 or SD660 and Nokia. Black colour is bit tempting. I heard only 128gb available.. if 64gb also, it would have been good.


Battery is a bit suspect….Otherwise it’s been fantastic phone so far…..battery life 3.30-5.30 hours depending on usage……If you install custom ROM everything works super fine……Both battery and performance….This has been beast of a phone in a custom ROM…..I feel Nokia Snapdragon 660 will be priced lower than this…..Around 22000-25000 but Don’t know when it will be launched…. Snapdragon 660 performs just as good as 652…..I don’t see any difference….Snapdragon 835 will be beast but price will be increased by a lot in case of one plus……It will be around 38-45 k depending upon what storage they include….Won’t come before July


Go with this phone blindly….


What a joke. People getting crazy for a black edition? What next? Have they all run out of ideas? Innovations? A new colour is the next big thing?

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