OnePlus 6T will reportedly launch at T

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But according to reports from CNET and PCMag, that could be all set to change. It's rumoured that OnePlus will be selling the 6T will be offered as both an unlocked version and a carrier-only model.

Will the OnePlus 6T bring a sizable price hike, or something more consistent with OnePlus' previous incremental bumps?

OnePlus is not yet a household name like LG or Samsung, but it could be on its way there.

OnePlus's half-way upgrade from the OnePlus 6 has yet to be officially announced, and though we've come across plenty of rumors about the OnePlus 6T, perhaps the biggest news for the phone is that T-Mobile will sell it directly through a partnership with OnePlus. This could end up being a prominent means to success in the United States market.

Not only will the usual global version launch, but T-Mobile will sell its own version of the device, a first for the company.

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The OnePlus 6T will probably be unveiled in October, so we don't have too much longer to wait to see if this pans out.

OnePlus started out as a value flagship company, but has been increasing its prices and the capabilities of each successive phone.

Out of all the carriers, T-Mobile certainly makes the most sense. Still, if you've been hoping for carrier support for OnePlus before you pick one up, that wait may be coming to an end soon.

The report states that T-Mobile is the exclusive USA carrier for this next phone from OnePlus and that they'll sell an optimized version for T-Mobile's network that will be able to take advantage of their 600MHz spectrum.

"T-Mobile will be the exclusive USA carrier partner for the OnePlus 6T when it launches in October, according to people familiar with the launch plans", CNET claims.

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