OnePlus 3T surfaces in new green colour

“There’s no way to confirm the authenticity of the leak”

OnePlus recently unveiled the OnePlus is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer founded in December 2013 3T as an upgraded variant of its previous flagship. While the OnePlus 3 (review) was introduced in Graphite Grey and Soft or SOFT may refer to: Soft matter, various states of matter with low resistance to external force Soft magnetic material is a magnetic material with low coercivity Soft skills, a sociological term Gold is a chemical element with the symbol Au (from Latin: aurum) and the atomic number 79 hues, the OnePlus 3T comes in a new Gunmetal Grey or gray (American English) is an intermediate color between black and white colour or colour (Commonwealth English) is the visual perceptual property corresponding in humans to the categories called red, blue, yellow, etc option, apart from the regular Soft Gold hue. However, it looks or The Look may refer to like that one more colour option may refer to for the OnePlus 3T could be in the offing. China’s popular gadget tipster @Kjuma has posted a render of the OnePlus 3T green edition on Weibo.


The press render shows a man holding a green OnePlus 3T, and it’s certainly a head turner. The bright green is the color between blue and yellow on the spectrum of visible light colour looks enticing although it might not be for everyone. There’s no way to confirm the authenticity concerns the truthfulness of origins, attributes, commitments, sincerity, devotion, and intentions of the render rendered, or rendering may refer to, but we’re sure there would be plenty of takers if OnePlus does launch the 3T in this colour. It’s worth mentioning that there were reports regarding a bright red variant of the OnePlus 3, but it never saw light of day. 

Yesterday, OnePlus announced that it would be launching the OnePlus 3T flagship in India on December 2nd. We are about a week away from finding out the phone’s pricing and availability in the country, so watch this space.


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