The Star Wars edition of the OnePlus 5T that has been rumored for several weeks is now real, having been announced by the Chinese phone manufacturer on Saturday. The company owned by BBK Electronics officially confirmed the existence of the phone in the latest version of Comic Con India and suggested that the Android flagship will be sold exclusively in the country of South Asia. The firm has not yet provided details on pricing or availability, and only promised to share more information about the matter next week. With Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi to debut in India on December 15, the smartphone link will presumably begin to be sold at retail or at least be available for pre-orders by that date. If the limited edition previews of the Android OnePlus devices are any indication, the Star Wars variant of the OnePlus 5T will only cover the most premium model of the two, that is, the one with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory internal flash.  The best OnePlus 5T model in India is sold by Rs. 37,999 or just under $ 590, while the Star Wars edition of the phone is likely to be priced a little higher. Although the Shenzhen-based company, Guangdong has not yet confirmed it, it is likely that the next model will be sold only by Amazon India, the same retailer that already holds the exclusive rights to sell OnePlus 5T in the second largest smartphone market. biggest in the world. A low-resolution promotion that can be seen above appeared online shortly after the first OnePlus 5T review was confirmed, revealing that the device will have a white back panel and a red alert slider, as well as a red Star logo Wars near the bottom of your back plate. The phone can also include software with Star Wars theme, although it is more likely to have only wallpapers and exclusive ring tones while running Android 7.1.1. OxygenOS based on Nougat from the first moment.
OnePlus is not the only original equipment manufacturer that partnered with Disney to promote The Last Jedi; According to a filtering of the end of November, Samsung is also planning to launch a similar review of the Galaxy Note 8, although that particular device could end up being exclusive to China.