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The OnePlus 5T could have been perfect—if it weren't for its cameras



$1,000 is a lot of money to spend on a smartphone. That’s as a good laptop. It’s rent money. It’s more than what some people have in their savings account. 

For Chinese phone startup , this is precisely the perfect moment for its new flagship Android phone, the to shine.

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