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Some OnePlus 6 glass backs crack spontaneously

2 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

OnePlus has certainly gone a long way since it launched its very first "flagship killer". Back in the day, the phones were functional, powerful, but not necesarrily pretty. However, as OnePlus is now grappling for the mainstream audience's attention, it has refined its latest flagship in operation, camera performance, and looks.
That means that we now have a glass back on the OnePlus 6. Not because the device has wireless charging, no. We have to assume the choice was made just because that's the current trend in the top-tier smartphone market.
Some people are quite bothered by this ...
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