One of the members of the xda-developers community found a bunch of Star Wars wallpapers for the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition (in encrypted form) in a system update for the regular 5T, and decrypted them.
The new 6-inch OLED display is a big upgrade over the OnePlus 5, while improvements have also been made to the overall design and the secondary camera.
Celebrating its third anniversary in India, Chinese smartphone player OnePlus has now introduced OnePlus 5T "Star Wars" special edition smartphone in collaboration with science-fiction film "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" for Rs 38,999. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, the phone comes 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The smartphone is exactly similar to the OnePlus 5T (review here: http://www.catchnews.com/science-technology/oneplus-5t-is-no-oneplus-3t-this-time-the-force-has-truly-awoken-92523.html) under the hood.
According to OnePlus, the 5T Star Wars Limited Edition smartphone is inspired by the white-coloured salt plains of the mineral planet Crait, featured in the movie. In fact, regular users (read non Star Wars fans) are better off getting the 6GB RAM + 64GB storage variant of the OnePlus 5T which retails for just Rs 32,999 and performs nearly as blazingly fast.
While the availability is strictly limited to a few countries and is bound to piss off a lot of the company's fans, it is likely to fly off the shelves.
If you are a Star Wars fan, this will be worth your money. The alert slider is bright red, while the SIM tray, volume rocker and power button are black. One can have the best look at the device which sports a white coated back cover aside from the fingerprint scanner embedded on the rear panel.
While these wallpapers won't magically turn your standard phone into a Star Wars edition, it will make it just a little bit sweeter.
The coating feels slightly rough although nowhere close to the sandstone finish that OnePlus used in the past.
At the bottom end of the coated metal back is the Star Wars logo painted in red.
The wallpapers span a wide variety of The Last Jedi-themed imagery, from silhouettes of Kylo Ren to full-res art of stormtroopers. Further, there is also a customised theme with red accent, black and white colours.