The OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition will launch in India on December 15, the same day as the release of The Last Jedi. The alert slider is bright red, while the SIM tray, volume rocker and power button are black.
OnePlus will showcase the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition at nine pop-up stores across India on December 16 and 17. Now, one user on the XDA forums has made a decision to release the entire set of wallpapers that ship with the phone. Downloading them is probably easier, but you can also access these directly on the OnePlus 5T if you own it - it'll just take a few little hacks.
Star Wars is hitting theaters across the tonight (or tomorrow, officially), and if you're anything like me, you waited a bit too long to buy your tickets and you're stuck seeing it in the very front row on the far right side. Originally, these wallpapers are created for the special edition, Star Wars-themed OnePlus 5T.
Unfortunately, the company confirmed that the phone will not be available everywhere.
There is also a prominent red Star Wars logo at the back, towards the bottom. In India, the Limited Edition device carries a price tag of Rs. 38,999 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage variant, which makes it Rs. 1000 more expensive than the standard OnePlus 5T 8GB RAM variant.
OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition First Impressions: Inspired by a galaxy far, far away
The results are now available for download, so if you want to try them out on your OnePlus device, all you need to do is follow the source link.
The smartphone comes with a specially crafted Star Wars theme.
The planet belongs to the fictional Star Wars universe, one that is revealed to have a thin layer of white salt, that can easily be blown away to reveal the blood red soil below it.
Everything else (apart from the extremely fancy box) is identical to the mass market phone, which went on sale late last month. This is ordinarily a dark theme that turns the background black with white text, but comes with special red accents for certain elements of the UI.
If you are a Star Wars fan, this will be worth your money.
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