I absolutely loved the One Plus 3T when it was released late last year. The affordable flagship smartphone carries a similar spec sheet of a typical premium phone for half the price (under B$700 now), so it’s really hard to pass it up (unless of course you have strong brand loyalty to a certain fruit company).
But the Chinese company behind the Android-powered One Plus 3T didn’t stop there. Last month, One Plus (that’s the name of the manufacturer) released a limited edition midnight black variant of its 2016 flagship.
It’s essentially the same One Plus 3T with a new coat of paint, matte black. It’s rocking the Snapdragon 821 processor, 6GB RAM, 3,400 mAh battery with quick charging, 16-megapixel front and rear cameras, and 5.5-inch full HD AMOLED display, though it’s only limited to the larger 128GB storage option.
The One Plus 3T looks really nice in matte black finish. For a guy who loves his gadgets in sleek black, I would pick this up over the gunmetal grey or gold variants. I find gunmetal so 2013 (my first gunmetal phone was the HTC One M7).
One Plus initially planned on releasing only 250 units of its midnight black One Plus 3T, but just recently the Chinese firm announced that it will have more units available globally.