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OnePlus 6T review

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OnePlus reckons the 6T is its speediest mobile yet. It features a cutting-edge in-screen fingerprint sensor and massive 8GB of Ram on its highest spec option. There's also a McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T with an even more stunning design than the original. But if you already own a OnePlus 6, is this a genuine upgrade or are you paying for gimmicks?
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