Both companies took to Twitter to make the announcement a little while ago.
Also, apparently there’s other merchandise that will be given to Ola Select members.
— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) December 12, 2016
How does it work?
The process, coined the #OnePlusOlaDash, is claimed to be very simple. All you need to do is purchase the device through the Ola app and it’s delivered to you in the promised 15 minutes.
We haven’t got our hands on the OP3T yet but the device is causing quite the stir in the market. On one hand, a whole load of people are thrilled by the upgraded features while some feel they are highly unnecessary.
The OnePlus 3T comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, with a Snapdragon 821 processor clocking 2.35GHz powering the phone (as opposed to the 820 of the OnePlus 3), the OP3T will feature the same 6GB RAM as the OP3. However, when it comes to storage, the OP3T will feature not only the standard 64GB but also a 128GB option. The rear camera on the 3T retains the 16MP Sony IMX 298 sensor from the OnePlus 3, but is said to have improved on the device’s video-recording experience. The front-facing snapper has been upgraded from 8MP to 16MP though.