Oneplus 5T is the newest flagship from the company and it has been in the market for almost a month. The company also launched a special edition variant of the phone in association with Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The limited edition was released just a week ago and got quite some love from the fans of the franchise. Well apparently Oneplus is overwhelmed by the response to the Star Wars Edition of the Oneplus 5T and wants to do something in return.
Oneplus Names A Star After The First 37 Buyers Of The Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition
Well Oneplus has been one major company in the plethora of smart phone makers that does really stand out among the competition. Its strategy to offer flagship specifications at a budget of a mid range smart phone has resonated well with the fans and got them huge support from tech enthusiasts. With the Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition too, the company has been able to pack in flagship features at a fraction of a price and the phone has been selling like hot cakes ever since the launch.
Oneplus could have done anything to thank the fans for their love and support but instead its marketing team has done something every company would be jealous of. The makers of the Oneplus 5T have named a Star after the first 37 buyers of the Star Wars Edition literally. The owners will receive a certificate of ownership of the star in the personalised Star Wars constellation. How cool is that to boast of a Star in the sky after you name?
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Features of the Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition
The Star Wars Edition of the Oneplus 5T is the same phone underneath as the regular 5T and comes with some cosmetic changes. Unlike the regular phone the Star Wars Edition comes in a white colour with a red logo of the franchise at the bottom back. The priority slider too blends into the overall design and comes in a metal finished in red colour. The special edition Oneplus 5T comes only in the 8GB/128GB storage option and costs 38,999 which is 1,000 Rupees more than the regular phone. All we can say is ‘See you on the other side’ now has a literal meaning.