OnePlus 5T set to cost same as predecessor
- Author: Terrell Bush Nov 11, 2017,
Nov 11, 2017, 0:29
Following a widely circulated report that the soon-to-arrive OnePlus 5T would NOT see a price increase over the RRP of the OnePlus 5, the company's CEO Pete Lau took to Twitter with a statement that could be interpreted as a warning to expect a price increase after all. Some wireless charging pads are being marketed as offering up to 15 watts of power, that is if the smartphone is properly placed on the charging pad.
While wireless charging is quickly becoming the norm for many modern-day smartphones, this technology yet to make its debut on the OnePlus devices. Wireless charging is the standard way that all the tech and smartphone giants such as Samsung, Apple, HTC, and LG have implemented.
Here's what's unusual: Lau is acting like Dash Charge and wireless charging can't co-exist, when they can.
Reason 2: Dash Charge gives you enough power for the day with just one charging session. "But given the current state of this technology, Dash Charge is still the superior choice", writes Lau in a blog post. It juices up the phone to 60% in a half an hour. It is also expected to features 128GB of storage. And you can't use your phone while it charges, since picking it up will stop the charging.
The pricing details of the upcoming OnePlus device recently surfaced and it has now come to light that the phone would be priced in at Rs. 32,999 for the base model. The Chinese OEM has just announced the latest edition of The Lab for OnePlus 5T. The end result is the ability to charge the smartphone within 30 minutes. They include full specifications as well as the clearest look yet we've gotten of this OnePlus 5T smartphone.
What's more is that users can not really use the handset while it is charging wirelessly.
He added that wireless charging technology needs to get more mature.
And for the first time, OnePlus fans in India can also witness the launch of OnePlus 5T at select PVR Theatres across 5 cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune. The CEO has made it clear that in future, OnePlus may implement wireless charging "when the time is right". Wireless audio technology has a lot of potential.