To be fair, the pricing of special editions doesn’t follow the same rules as mass market phones. The carbon fiber look and McLaren logo are probably enough for fans to justify the €700 price tag, for everyone else there’s the €550 OnePlus 6T (well, €630 if you need 256GB storage).
Plus, Warp Charge 30 is a welcome improvement on an already fast charger. Owners of the McLaren edition can also boast about the 10GB of RAM and, on a more practical note, make use of the 256GB storage capacity.
However, if the company is considering getting close to the €700 price range for the OnePlus 7, it better include waterproofing and wireless charging – those come as standard on modern flagships and their absence on the McLaren edition didn’t go unnoticed by commenters.
We doubt the 7 will cost that much, however, it will slot under OnePlus’ 5G phone, which will likely land in that price category or slightly above.
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