OnePlus 5T Lava Red Color Variant Coming to India Tomorrow

OnePlus will finally unveil the Lava Red variant of its popular OnePlus 5T in India tomorrow. We have already covered this device in great detail and had reported how the company was planning to launch the device before January 26, in order to avoid the holiday rush. January 26 is Republic Day. The phone will launch in the country on the 11 of January, much before its expected release.

The Sandstone White color variant of the device was expected to launch earlier; that, however, does ot seem to be true any more. Besides the Lava Red color, the OP5T now has two other color options: Midnight Black and the White version. With the Lava Red color option, nothing really changes except for the fact that the customers will get more options to choose from.

The first indication that the OnePlus 5T Lava Red variant was about to launch came to us via the official Twitter account of OnePlus India and which you can see below. Obviously, we do not know as of now how much the new device variant will cost; however, we do know that the device may be slightly pricier when compared to the Midnight Black variant. However, the price tag may remain unchanged as well.

Given how many red variants of several other devices have proven to be popular in India, the Lava Red Op5T may prove to be a pretty decent buy as well. Normally, OnePlus offers its phones in multiple RAM and storage variants. Likewise, the original OnePlus 5T has two memory variants; however, the Lava Red colored OnePlus 5T will only offer 8GB of RAM combined with 128GB of internal storage. All the other details of the device remain the same.

Several users are asking for no cost EMIs for the new OnePlus 5T Lava Red variant as they intend to buy one. How about you? Do let us know.

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