The McLaren Edition of OnePlus 7T Pro 5G is real, and it’s headed to the US as a unique carried by T-Cell.
It appears the phone is similar to the OnePLus 7T Pro McLaren Edition revealed on the launch of the OnePlus 7T, along with OnePlus 7T Pro earlier in October. Besides, it will probably hook as much as a super-fast 5G network. It is going to be the second phone able to catch as much as the T-Mobile 5G network.
The phone, like previous McLaren Editions of T-Mobile phones, is top of the line even beyond the 7T Pro: the RAM has been elevated from 8GB to 12GB and features an orange-and-black color. It is available to buy outside the US as a 4G version, whereas that is the first assumed to a couple of 5G edition.
This is not clear how much the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Version will price or when it is going to be available on T-Mobile’s network.
When it is available, owners will be able to hook up to the company’s 5G network, which, because it operates on the sub-600MHz spectrum, won’t be almost as fast as the 1Gbps-and-higher speeds which have seen from Verizon’s mmWave network, however T-Mobile’s coverage should go much farther than the scant few blocks that millimeter-wave can reach.
This could not matter, given the FCC approved the Sprint and T-Mobile merger in mid-October and put it that much closer to reality. Each carrier has been strategically complementary about their 5G plans, with T-Mobile utilizing 600Mhz while Sprint 5G has mmWave and sub-6Ghz spectrums.
As soon as that alliance goes through, the New T-Mobile will join the LG V50 ThinQ 5G, the (non-phone) HTC 5G Hub, and even the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G – which can probably be a cheaper choice for people balking on the almost certainly pricier OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition.