Buy OnePlus 6 For Rs 29,999! 6 Differences Between OnePlus 6T & OnePlus 6

OnePlus 6 price has been slashed for the festive season. Does this make any sense?

OnePlus 6 Price slashed
OnePlus 6 Price slashed

With just a couple of weeks away from the grand OnePlus 6T launch, the current flagship OnePlus 6 is getting a massive price cut. The OnePlus 6 will be available at just Rs 29,999, down from its listed price of Rs 34,999 starting on October 10.

At the Amazon Great Indian festival, for six days the OnePlus 6 will be available at Rs 5,000 less for Rs 29,999.

Also, OnePlus will soon discontinue its OnePlus 6. OnePlus 6T is launching on October 17, so within a couple of weeks, the current OnePlus 6 will be off the shelves.

So, that’s your last opportunity to grab the OnePlus 6 at this special discounted price.


OnePlus 6 At Rs 29,999: All Details

The OnePlus 6 has done tremendously well in the country and as well as worldwide. The smartphone has been a benchmark for entry-premium flagship smartphones like Asus Zenfone 5Z and Xiaomi Poco F1.

So, just before OnePlus puts a full stop on OnePlus 6, it’s a great deal to buy OnePlus 6 at Rs 29,999 at the Amazon Great Indian Festival.

Also, there’s a further 10 percent instant discount with SBI Debit cards, so this can’t get any better.

If you have been planning an entry-premium flagship for some time, this is the best deal you can get on OnePlus 6 at Amazon Great Indian Festival. The offer will remain valid for 6 days from October 10 to October 15.

OnePlus 6 At Rs 29,999: Should You Go For It?

Hell yes! Before you get into the OnePlus 6 and Poco F1 controversy and that it’s still 9,000 cheaper, there are a lot of reasons to pay that extra. From Super AMOLED immersive display to an overall premium experience, OnePlus 6 is different.

Poco F1 may stand tall, but not tall enough to beat OnePlus 6.

So, it’s a great deal on Amazon. The OnePlus 6 at Rs 29,999 clubbed with the 10 percent instant discount offer with SBI cards is a steal.

OnePlus 6T vs OnePlus 6: Key Differences

With less than two weeks, the OnePlus 6T launch is already making a lot of hype. But, before we jump into the T world of OnePlus, here are a few upgrades we may see on the new OnePlus 6T.

The Tear-Drop Notch

On OnePlus 6 we saw a standardized iPhone X like notch which came with an 19:9 elongated display. But OnePlus 6T will come with a tear-drop notch at the top in a 19:5:9 screen aspect ratio. It will allow more screen space and higher body to screen ratio.

In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

OnePlus 6T is going to be the first OnePlus smartphone to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The company has already been teasing the smartphone on its social media handles with the ‘Unlock The Speed’ tag.

No-Chin Display

The leaked images of OnePlus 6T show that the upcoming smartphone will come with an edge-to-edge display. It has very slim bezels, and the most surprising part was it’s very-thin chin like the latest iPhones.


Compared to the 6.2-inch display on OnePlus 6, the OnePlus 6T will feature a taller 6.4-inch full HD+ Optic AMOLED display with a teardrop notch on top. It will come with a screen resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels.


OnePlus is rumored to come with a dual camera set up in a vertical placement, similar to that of OnePlus 6. But the camera speculations are being expected to see an upgrade with OIS on both the cameras.

Android Pie

OnePlus 6T will run the latest Android 9.0 Pie straight out of the box. The company recently rolled out Pie upgrade for its OnePlus 6 and other smartphones via an OTA update, so its OP 6T may run Pie straight out.

  1. Bijoy Shaw says

    Apple is not justifying to price point

  2. Nitin Bansal says

    Mostly smartphone companies are going to decrease it prices as new smartphones are launching daily with competitive pricing & better features. Oneplus is going to launch its 6T smartphone. So I think if anyone want to go for Oneplus then he/she must wait for 6T launch. Its just 13 days away.

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