That brings us to another aspect to consider, which is that a carrier partnership essentially flies in the face of OnePlus' entire ethos and business model.
Not only will the usual global version launch, but T-Mobile will sell its own version of the device, a first for the company.
OnePlus is not yet a household name like LG or Samsung, but it could be on its way there. The company has become well-known among Android enthusiasts by selling high-end unlocked phones at more aggressive prices than other flagships, but having the OnePlus 6T on the shelves of a USA carrier could expose OnePlus to a whole new audience.
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After making waves in the premium smartphone industry with OnePlus 6, the Chinese smartphone maker is once again looking to disrupt the market with a bi-annual upgrade - OnePlus 6T. Going all the way back to the OnePlus One in 2014, the company has always used the latest and greatest Snapdragon chip - the same chip powering phones that cost twice as much. And the OnePlus 6 already has a notch.
In addition, OnePlus will continue to sell the unlocked version in the U.S. According to CNET, the OnePlus 6T standard global version that supports any carrier will sell for $550, which is still competitive despite a slight bump in price. And for T-Mobile subscribers.
As with other countries - like the United Kingdom where OnePlus is partnered with O2 - the ambitious manufacturer will continue to sell phones through its own online retail store as well as selling through T-Mobile. The follow-up to the OnePlus 6, released in May, is expected to be available in October.