Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition Unboxing | Exclusive Content

Oneplus 5T has been in the market for less than a month but the amount of fan love it has got in a short while is exceptional. The new flagship boasts of some class leading features and aims to compete against the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG V30 at a fraction of the price. Recently, the company announced the Star Wars edition of the Oneplus 5T which was launched earlier today. We at Chandigarh Metro take a look at the contents inside the packaging and bring to you exclusive unboxing of the new flagship.

Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition: Inside the box

First thing neatly packed inside the box is the Oneplus 5T Star Wars edition itself which comes in a white paint job. The only difference between the regular phone and the new limited Star Wars edition is that this one comes in white colour and a red priority slider on the left side of the phone. There is also a graphic logo of the Star Wars franchise in bright red colour on the bottom back of the Oneplus 5T.

The company has been generous enough to put in a screen protector in the contents which by the way comes pre-applied on the device by default. Keeping in line with the theme of the limited edition a protective case with Star Wars design is included in the packaging.

The case fits the Oneplus 5T perfectly but given the thickness it might not be everyone’s cup of tea. The only thing different in the box apart from the Dash Cable and Dash Charger is the Star Wars Last Jedi greeting card.

Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition: Price and Availability in India

The Oneplus 5T Star Wars Edition was announced a week ago in China and India was one of the countries in the pipeline to get the device too. As promised the company has launched the smart phone in India too at a price of 38,999 rupees which is exactly a bump of 1,000 Rupees over the price of the existing top end variant of the Oneplus 5T which comes with 8GB of RAM coupled to a 128GB of on board memory.

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