The retail box contains OnePlus' 65W charger, which looks identical to the standard one except for another Cyberpunk 2077 logo. Lastly, there's a protective case in the box too with cutouts for the glass panels at the back. Custom UI themes, live wallpapers and appropriate icons are also includes.
OnePlus has just announced the Cyberpunk 2077 Edition of its latest smartphone, the OnePlus 8T. The new model is available in China only for now, costing just CNY 300 more than the standard edition and pre-orders open on November 2 asking CNY 3,999. Actual sales start on November 11 and the new skin is limited edition.
But what's new? For starters, the design is a lot different from the standard version with an enlarged camera module now covering a good chunk of the handset's back.
The extra space was used to accommodate the Cyberpunk 2077 logo. Another glass cover accommodates another Cyberpunk 2077 logo at the bottom while the middle of the back seems like OnePlus' sandstone cover, but we can't confirm at this point.
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