OnePlus has always tried to deliver flagship features and performance at mid-range prices, but it always seems to fall just a little bit shy of the top. Despite regularly sporting class-leading performance, some aspects lacked that last bit of polish that makes a Google Pixel or Samsung so popular. (You know, besides the giant companies backing them). The OnePlus 6 is, for me, the phone that crosses the threshold into unqualified flagship territory. Of course that may have happened with prior models to some of OnePlus’ loyal fans. But as someone lucky enough to test nearly every flagship under the…

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