After the durability test and creating a clear black OnePlus 6T, JerryRigEverything has decided to disassemble the OnePlus 6T on its YouTube channel and uncover the inner parts of the device. This demo shows, among other things, what the phone's in-display fingerprint scanner looks like, and the demolition video takes almost six minutes while it's embedded below. This procedure can also help you repair the device, or you can help your local smartphone repair service to do the same if, for any reason (if the damage was solely your fault), you do not repair the phone Would like to return OnePlus.  In any case, you must first turn off the device. Then you need to heat the back cover of the phone a bit, preferably with a hot air gun. Then you'll need a sizeable suction cup to attach to the back of the device and a razor blade or similar tool to cut through the adhesive that holds the phone in place. However, be careful not to cut anything inside with the razor blade. When you have done all this and removed the back cover, you must remove the silver hinge that secures the battery. You can do this by removing a screw that secures it. There is a pull tab that allows you to pull out the battery, and this part should be quite simple, as the battery is not attached to multiple places on the phone's body, even if some glue is applied. [1
At this point you can undo the remaining screws underneath Remove the board and the USB port where you can fully access the in-display fingerprint scanner. After removing the tape covering the fingerprint scanner and removing two screws, you can remove the sensor. Next to the scanner itself, a camera is attached to get an image of your unique fingerprint scanner and to illuminate the bars on your finger. This is more or less the case, you can check the entire procedure below if you want, while Jerry also partially rebuilds the device.
Background: JerryRigAllready tested the OnePlus for durability 6T while also removing the sticker / paint from the back of the back of the phone. Both methods were shown like this in videos. In fact, OnePlus just introduced the OnePlus 6T less than two weeks ago. The device was originally offered in two variants, Mirror Black and Midnight Black, while the third model, Thunder Purple, appeared a little later at the official launch of the phone in China. The Thunder Purple variant of the device will remain exclusively in China. This was recently confirmed by OnePlus. The OnePlus 6T is very similar to the sibling, the OnePlus 6, because the two phones have a similar design, the same processor, the same camera, the same RAM and even the same display, although the display of the OnePlus 6T is larger and narrower. The OnePlus 6T has an in-display fingerprint scanner and a much smaller notch, unlike the OnePlus 6, but does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack or LED notification light. Powered by the Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core SoC, the device is available in 6GB and 8GB RAM variants and features a 6.41-inch FullHD + Optic AMOLED display. The OnePlus 6T also included a 3,700 mAh battery inside, which is significantly larger than the OnePlus 6 with the 3,300 mAh unit. The proprietary Fast Charge of OnePlus is also included in the package, but is no longer referred to as "Dash Charge". The device has a similar price to its predecessor, although the variants in which it is available are slightly different than the ones in which OnePlus 6 was offered.
Impact: The OnePlus 6T is one of the best smartphones on the market, and for the first time, OnePlus has partnered with a US carrier to sell the phone in the US. T-Mobile is the carrier in question. It remains to be seen that the sales of the phone will be improved and by how much, as this handset is very similar to the OnePlus 6, but it looks better on the other hand and is finally available via a forwarding company in the USA. However, It seems as if OnePlus plans to announce three smartphones next year, two devices they normally use (OnePlus 7 and 7T), while a third phone will be a 5G enabled device, the company's first 5G enabled phones , The company's executive said the company's first 5G enabled device will hit the market early next year and that it will not be part of the company's usual release cycle, suggesting that it may hit the market before the OnePlus 7 launch and name has a completely different value, but we'll see what happens.