I was hoping and expecting to write this article one week ago, but a FedEx employee stole my review unit at the warehouse. But it's here at last.
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I should be reviewing the OnePlus 8T right now, but my review unit was stolen by someone at FedEx. So we need to chat. About the phone, not FedEx.
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