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Refurbished OnePlus 6T

Introducing the Refurbished OnePlus 6T from mobiwix, an exceptional choice for those seeking quality and affordability. With a screen size of 6.41 inches, immerse yourself in a visual delight that brings your content to life. The device boasts a substantial battery capacity of 3700 mAh, ensuring prolonged usage without worrying about frequent recharging.

You receive a high-quality device when purchasing a refurbished OnePlus 6T from mobiwix. mobiwix conducts a thorough 32 Point Quality Check on each machine to ensure optimal performance and excellent condition. As an added bonus, a 6-month warranty will be provided from the purchase date for peace of mind. This is a smart investment, as you can own a OnePlus device without spending too much money.

Under the hood, the OnePlus 6T is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, offering snappy performance and smooth multitasking. The pixel density of 402 ppi enhances the clarity of every image and text, making your interactions more engaging. Supporting 4G network connectivity, you can browse, stream, and connect seamlessly.

Equipped with dual SIM slots, the OnePlus 6T allows you to manage two GSM connections simultaneously, providing you with flexibility in communication. The 16 MP front camera captures stunning selfies, while the equally impressive 16 MP rear camera guarantees exceptional photos.

To protect the captivating display, the OnePlus 6T has Gorilla Glass 6 screen protection, safeguarding it from scratches and minor impacts. Screen resolution is 1080 x 2340 pixels; your content will be displayed with vivid detail and clarity.

At mobiwix, we assure you that our Refurbished OnePlus 6T is fully functional and of premium quality, as we only provide top-notch products. Additionally, the Refurbished OnePlus 6T available at mobiwix is brand new yet more affordable. It’s a wise investment as you can own a OnePlus device without spending too much money.

Key Features
  • RAM-6GB/8GB
  • ROM-128GB/256GB
  • Weight-185 grams
  • Display Type-AMOLED
  • Size-6.41-inch
  • Resolution-1080 x 2340 pixels
  • OS-Android v9.0 (Pie)
  • Chipset-Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
  • CPU-Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
  • GPU-Adreno 630
  • Cameras-16MP(Primary), 20MP(Wide angle), Front- 16MP (Primary)
  • Wi-Fi-Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz, MIMO
  • Battery-Li-Polymer, 3700mAh
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  1. Rakesh singha

    very good product

  2. Asha Dsouza

    Loved It


    Good quality OnePlus Nord ce3 lite 👍

  4. Sudhakar Shukla

    Camera good
    Display 👍

  5. Deepak Patel

    Camera is very good and battery backup is very good

  6. Aakash Kashyap

    Good product like a camera chargeing speed and degin

  7. Badal Kumar


  8. Karthik

    It’s mobile very gud camera 👌

  9. Satish Reddy

    Design looks like an old model apart of that everything is good.


    It’s very owsm

  11. Raj Patel

    nice product

  12. Mohammad Ali

    nice product

  13. Kallanagouda

    Its good, worth of 💰

  14. Nokai Gandam

    Excellent Phone Super Power and Good Pricing Phone.. Love you One Plus

  15. Sabyasachi

    I have used many phones but this one is my best phone till date.

  16. Pranavshyam Praveen

    I bought OnePlus 6t when it launched 2018-19 and it was pricey then but still I’m using it and it works fine. Can run all the apps i wish the phone can still handle anything which I throw at it. Software updates have stopped
    Will recommend to other still

  17. nagasatyanarayana

    It’s a good Phone

  18. Amazon Customer

    Speaker has got problem. I replace it one year back. Again I had same issue for my speaker
    Using 50k+ phone and I have use bluetooth. So sad…

  19. Aakash Sinha

    This has by far been the best phone I have ever used hands-on. Flagship Specs, Classy look, Premium Packaging and the Speed you Need!
    Appearance – The device looks very much similar to the OnePlus 6T upfront but it has got the speed orange highlights at the back, carbon finish and McLaren Branding at the bottom.
    Camera – The night mode really captures amazing pictures and the portrait mode is just amazing. The low light photography could still be improved.
    Battery – With average usage with full day data on, it easily lasts upto 2 days. The Warp charging is just amazing, it takes around 40-45 mins to charge from 0-100%. But you could easily get a day’s charge within 20 mins.
    Speed – With 10 Gigs of RAM, speed should not be a question. You could open up 5 high specs games and it still wouldn’t lag. And its bragging rights for sure!

    Overall, I am really satisfied with this device and feels great to be a part of OnePlus Community! Go, get it! Its for those, who are in continuous pursuit for speed!

  20. Agni Bhattacharjee

    Well I bought it in Dec of 2018. Still running great, fast as the day I bought it. Think I can go 2 more years with this. Don’t see absolutely any reason to upgrade. Like, at all. Bought this for 24k with offers and exchange of an old OnePlus 2 which I bought on quickr for 13k and also used it extensively for 2 years and 7 months, was the best deal ever. If I ever upgrade, I won’t even look at any manufacturer other than OnePlus. They have literally earned my loyalty. Also, I play pubg heavily so it’s not like I don’t use my phone. It’s the only gadget I use all day. I am simp for OnePlus. Sorry not sorry.

  21. Alexa678

    After nearly 3 years! Excellent device till date. Never lost its speed. Got a free battery replacement from OnePlus. Only issue i had is the buttons getting hard. Along with the battery replacement i got my volume buttons fixed. But now my power button is hard.
    Apart from these small niggles totally a great device.

    They must have given the headphones jack back then. :p

  22. Ratnasai Buddharaju

    Let me divide the review into phases,one before Android 10 update & the other with 10.

    Before 10:
    1) Smooth experience with Oxygen OS
    2) No lag at all
    3) Fast Charge is a good thing
    4) Regular updates from OnePlus 🙂
    1) Since it was the first model from OnePlus to have in display fingerprint I used to find difficulty most of the times in unlocking the phone quickly when compared to other models like OnePlus 7 & other 7 series as well.
    2) Battery capacity could have been increased

    Post 10 update:
    1) With new update finally the in display fingerprint improved greatly and now I am able to unlock it in just one tap 🙂
    2)Even added lot of other options as well with this update.
    3) Dark mode is just awesome 🙂
    4) Overall smoothness never compromised

    1) Nothing to say much but I feel like battery capacity should be provided a bit higher as mentioned earlier.
    2) That’s all for now Will update later if I find any 🙂

    Just get to join the “Red Cable Club” by OnePlus where you can avail benefits like
    1) 50% off on battery replacement (for models till OnePlus 6)
    2) 1 year additional warranty (for models from OnePlus 6T & Higher)
    3)Also you could other benefits like free limited (t&c apply) cloud storage…

    Happy to be part of OnePlus Family :-):-)

  23. Avinash

    First of all my previous phone was Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime.

    For me this was a luxurious buy. The cover itself was pretty dope. The contents were just the essentials but for me that was enough. I have a Samsung level U so that port thing didn’t make much of a difference to me.

    The resolution was great. Very rich and alive.

    The sound quality was over the roof! Seriously, even the base can be heard. Clarity is above average and distortion is very less noticeable, the earphones on full volume don’t produce distortion unless the quality of the audio is low.

    The carema was mind blowing, especially after the update the camera was great, even after zooming the pixelation is very less noticeable.

    I used to play an RPG (Elder scrolls) and an MMORPG(PubG Mobile) on the highest graphics. Didn’t lag but phone does get heated up very much after 7-8 rounds of PubG. The Elder scrolls doesn’t heat up the phone much. The gaming mode really is a blessing, especially after the new update. No notifications to disturb you and the network and RAM is boosted up.

    Every other app runs flawlessly, I don’t use social apps much tho.

    Battery gets charged within an hour. Pubg does drain your battery quickly, mind you. But it gets charged really soon.

    TIP: If in a hurry, put your cell on airplane mode, 10% to 100% within 40 mins.

    The night mode does save battery, doesn’t cause much irritation to eyes.

    The reading mode is something great for me. I read stuffs regularly and this mode doesn’t cause headaches and eye aches as it does normally. (I usually end up reading for 3-4 hours)

    That’s it folks. Hope it helps you with buying. 😉

    I tried to cover everything related

  24. thimmaiahkv

    Purchased the Phone some time back actually it was for my second SIM card, actually I am a IPhone user and I am very much concerned about Data Privacy and on the other hand i am a game lover and I use Online steaming Platforms a lot in order to save battery for most of my work Purpose I thought of buying Oneplus phone
    My initial choice was a regular Oneplus 6T with a 8GB ram but some of the minor gimmicks and quality packaging and a 10 GB ram tempted to go for a Oneplus 6T Mclaren Editions, frankly speaking paying Rs 15000 more was a really a stupid decision ever made

    After getting the device my first impression was awesome I set the Phone according to my preference device had a excellent UI compared to other android devices with Bloatware and ads like Asus,Samsung Redmi,Realme etc
    Coming back to the Phone hardware and Software UI response was awesome good camera but not great not even close IPhone , they say it has a Optic Amoled screen but still it looks like a LCD display but it does a decent Job in all ways I am a big fan of the Oxygen Os but social media Apps like Facebook really sucks they do not load fast and does not give you the pleasant feel like a IPhone,loved the gesture features in the device one of them is Schedule Device ON/OFF feature which is not in IPhone which really helps the device in run smoothly Another good thing it gets faster Updates compared to other Android devices

  25. abhi

    The beauty of this phone is Oxygen OS. I think even better than stock android.It is a mix of stock android with many good extra features.SD 845 smooth experiance so far No lag at all. Camera is not that flagship level(like pixel 3)but it doesnt mean its not worth. low light pictures are great. slow motion, video 4k 60fps everything good for me. IMX 586 could do a better job than the one inside imx 519. Now Battery life, with dual sim i always end up with 8 or 8.5 hrs easly but this is achived through battery optimization that is default by oxygen os. You can choose not to optimise apps so that apps will on memmery forever. Even with that you will get about 6.5 to 7 hrs. Finger print is ok. to improve recognition you can’t register same finger again but you can reg one side of your thump and try register other half of your same thump agin it make little more responsive. Face unlock is crazy fast though. No complaints on display Now accessories. it is hard to find a good edge to edge tempard glass for this. oneplus is no more selling their original screen guards and some cases are also out of stock. To conclude for inr 30k you can’t get better performance with sd845. For those who reading this if you are planning to buy Oneplus phones buy 1+ 7, if your existing phone still not dead and if you have the patience wait till october you could get 1+7 for even better price or 1+ 7t. I bought a week ago oneplus event. Oneplus 7 price really surprise me. sd855+ufs 3.0v storage+ 48mp IMX586+ stereo speakers+slighly better fingerprint scanner @33k. Go for it guys.

  26. Kartik Kumar Agarwal

    Overall: 8/10:
    A fantastic package at good value. 6T McLaren is’nt much different from the standard 6T except for the RAM and some minor cosmetic changes. But for a long time fan of the Silver Arrows from Mika Hakkinen’s time, a small increase in price was worth it. Call me sentimental! 🙂

    Unboxing & contents: 8/10
    One of the coolest unboxing experiences. The McLaren box is very premium and the booklet starts with giving you a brief glimpse into the history of the brand and some cool pictures from the archives. It is an homage to Bruce McLaren to be honest. The Speed Mark (real Carbon Fire cutout of the McLaren logo) encased in acrylic is pretty good and can serve as a cool table top accessory or paper weight. If not for much it can be a good ice breaker for visitors to your home / office. The Charger and Cable are also customized for the McLaren edition. The Soft PU case is simple black and fits snugly. There was a missed opportunity to throw in some colour for the McLaren edition. All else is pretty much standard. Providing only a USB-C to 3.5 converter is a bummer. For the flagship offering at over 50K, throwing in a Bullet Earphone should have been standard.

    First Impressions: 9/10
    The device is actually pretty impressive looking. Especially the orange accents at the Bezel on the back. When you change the angle under light, it almost looks like there are LEDs inside. It looks premium for sure though an actual Carbon Fibre body would have been awesome! Be warned though that the surface is a fingerprint magnet and not easy to wipe off unless you use a good cleaning spray. The Waterdrop notch is barely noticeable and is not much of an issue. The colours are vibrant and while setting up you can choose a profile that suits your taste.

    Setup: 8/10
    The SIM Card tray is a standard two Nano-SIM one. No SD Card support still! But with 240 GB usable memory, not much of an issue to be honest. I used the OnePlus switch app to transfer my apps, data and settings. The transition was hassle free and took all of 15 minutes. Most apps worked immediately but a few needed to be uninstalled and reinstalled as they were acting up. I gave it a point less as I think the OnePlus Switch app should be integrated at the setup stage instead of making a new user download it. The phone heats up considerably but it was fine after the initial 30 minutes.

    Battery: 7/10
    The unit came with 50% power out of the box and it took me a good 30 minutes to get it to 75% despite using the Warp Charge @ 30W. Probably it was due to the fact that close to 100 apps were being downloaded while it was charging. I will check the charging performance over the next few weeks and update review if required.

    Performance: 9/10
    Gaming: Initial performance on gaming is very very good (Asphalt 9 Legends and Real Racing 3). Zero lag and super smooth rendering. Bloons TD6 is a very resource hungry at lategame levels and the 6T McLaren made short work of it.

    Display: The display is really mind-blowing. Video on Youtube and other streaming apps was super smooth and brilliant to look at. One cool feature is that you can pinch zoom the content to include / exclude the waterdrop notch for front camera. Adaptive brightness is annoying at times and I had to turn it off while playing the racing games.

    Camera: Have not tested the Camera performance yet. Especially the 4K 60 FPS option. Will do it soon and update the review.

    Hope this helps!

  27. Ajay Singh

    This phone sure has grabbed a lot of attention be it for the amazing performance of the phone or for the in display finger print scanner being a little slower than that of the physical scanner.

    Camera sure is the finest of the cameras you’re getting in a phone worth INR 40,000. The speaker grill on the bottom sure should have been stereo but now when they’ve given it a mono speaker, I must say the sound quality isn’t that poor for it to be a deal breaker.

    Headphone jack has been taken off could be a deal breaker for a few of you but once you start to use the phone with the extended battery life, you’ll appreciate the company to have taken this step of removing the headphone jack. For you can opt for a permanent solution of a Bluetooth earphone but you cannot really carry a power bank everywhere you go.

    The design is the thing that matters to the most of you but in my case it’s the least that matters so I’ll talk about it in the end. For now let’s get to the performance, Switching from already a very fast OnePlus 3 to the even faster OnePlus 6T was the best thing that has happened to me in the past few days. I wasn’t sure, I’d feel a significantly higher performance from this phone compared to my last phone but when I used it, it sure surprised me. I haven’t felt transitions on Android better than this. So unless you can afford a 75-80,000 Rs. Pixel 3 XL, Go get yourself a OnePlus 6T.

    Oww .. Now that you know I am a fan of Pixel 3, you must have also known that looks did not matter to me, the weird notch of pixel 3 and the huge chin did not affect me as much as I look for a better performing phone but wait.. I could have gotten myself a pixel 3 XL but OnePlus 6T with it’s amazing amazing build quality and looks took my heart awayyy and I ended up buying it. ?


  28. Amazon Customer

    If you thinking that OnePlus 6 and 6T has no major difference than you are absolutely wrong and highly mistaken if you thing 6 is better than 6T. Price hike is completely justified.

    Visible differences between 6 & 6T:
    Higher screen to body ratio, Gorilla Glass 6, in-display fingerprint scanner, taller, water-drop notch. 3700mAh battery.

    Technical advancement:
    Advance AI which smartly uses your RAM and ROM which actually boosts the performance, Better heat-sink than 6.

    I took my canon 1300D with two lens; portrait and 18-55 and OnePlus6T for comparison test. OnePlus 6T provided better results when both on Auto-mode. It has amazing contrast, perfect saturation; but the thing where it stood-out from others its it night picture quality. It does wonders even if there is almost no light and that is some magic over there. Front camera absolutely stunning and comes with screen flash for low light selfies.
    Battery charging- 0 to 65% in 30 mins and at 45 min it reaches 86%. Full charge by 1hr8 mins when internet, Bluetooth and wifi off. On heavy use it survives 8 hrs (I watched 2 movies in HD with 50% screen brightness and 1 hour PubG gaming on HD, 1 hour YouTubing). On average usage, 17 hours very smoothly(casual social media surfing, browsing, camera usage about 5 to 6 pictures using flash). Without internet usage at all and battery saver on, it can go whooping 3 DAYS !

    External speakers are loud, I mean really very loud. Hearing speaker is very cool by its looks and loud too. Volume rockers and power switch is perfectly hard.

    Though I feel face detection is worst type of security because it has many drawbacks, its quick. And finger print scanner is also faster than its competitors. The part which irritates is that while using at night in dark, for face and fingerprint detection, the display gets 100% to scan which is very annoying and very uneasy for eyes.

  29. Kris

    +Zero lag , great battery 5*
    +camera is superb as similar to previous version, though has some soft upgrades. 5*
    +Dash Charging is super cool. 5*
    +Display is the best you can get for this price range! 4*
    +S845 is undoubtedly powerful and apps load and work seamlessly 5*
    +Great gaming experience ( with not much of heating issue & battery drain) 5*
    +Great sound quality (5*)

    -Indisplay fingerprint scanner seems not a very useful thing. Its difficult to use it (better go with face unlock). It will be much better only if you add all 10 fingers 🙂 3*
    -Fingerprint scanning is comparatively slow (lot of catchy graphics) and sometimes delayed if a wrong finger was used. 2*
    -Using without a cover is too risky – the back cover is very slippery . But using a cover the phone looses its identity though.
    -No AUX port, though a type-C to AUX cable is provided with the pack, carrying it all the time is difficult .

    overall, its a very nice phone and I’m just getting used to it. So far so good.
    I have used the phone for almost 20 days now, here are some more insights on the device
    -I got the Type-C bullet headphones after 15 days, but I’m just disappointed because it does not have the class. Its like a cheap headphone you can get for ~300-400 (I got it free, so can’t complain though)
    -I face frequent difficulties in connecting to the Car bluetooth Audio (I use SYNC on FORD).
    -Battery life and Charging is very good.
    -Crashed 2 times (seems to be a kernel panic) and rebooted while listening to music with full volume (not sure of reason)
    -Gaming experience is one of the best. Never had a glitch.
    -Low light face detection is not good.
    -Camera is better if you install Google Camera ( OnePlus camera is not bad)

  30. Sharath Ulloor

    Amazon Delivery is excellent as always. Got it delivered within a day, that too, to my native city(Non Metro, not Bangalore).
    Coming to phone itself, had ordered Mirror Black 8/128 GB variant.
    1. Excellent build quality
    2. Great fluid smooth Oxygen OS
    3. Display is gorgeous. Feels bit longer and tad narrower than OnePlus 6’s screen. (Tech spec also says so.)
    4. Felt sound quality over earphones (JBL E1+) is great… Compared to my previous OnePlus2. Felt comparatively better than OnePlus6. Though I don’t have any test result to show, I just heard sound effects of same song on both OnePlus6 and 6T, Base and clarity of music on OnePlus 6T just felt refined if not same.
    5. Camera. Just awesome. Nightscape is good in low light. Very snappy camera. They r soft features which r coming to OnePlus 6 anyway.
    6. In Display fingerprint, well it’s a good tech. Works well most of the time,even though not as fast as physical sensor. Did a false unlock with non registered finger when I was testing ?. It happened just once. Bleeds bright light from the sensor area while unlocking,(well that’s how it’s technology work)which might be annoying during night with sleepy eyes?. Face unlock works like a charm.Its even faster than Screen Unlock. Only downside is Face unlock is image based.hence require sufficient light on face to recognize you. Also, you need to turn on screen to unlock, unlike IR based sensor in iPhone X or Huawei Mate 20.
    7. PUBG game looks gorgeous with HDR and Ultra frame rate settings. No lag or stuttering whatsoever. Game runs fast n smooth with great graphics.

    Cons: (not many)
    1. In display fingerprint sensor even though worlds fastest among In Display sensors in terms of unlocking speed, need more polishing. Not as fast as physical. But u will not know much difference if u r coming from OnePlus2. Unlocking bleeds bright light on sensor area might be annoying at night.
    2. No Headphone jack might be deal breaker for some. But they give type c to 3.5mm adapter in box. So shud not be as much as deal breaker. Pre-Order will fetch u a type c headphones for free.
    3. Nothing else which I can think of now.