After the sustainability test and create a clear Black OnePlus 6T, JerryRigEverything has decided to disassemble OnePlus 6T on its YouTube channel and reveal what's inside the device. This teardown shows us what the phone's fingerprint scanner is in, and the teardown video has a length of almost six minutes while it's embedded below. This procedure can also help you repair the device, or help your local smartphone repair do the same for any reason (if the damage was completely your fault), choose not to return the phone to OnePlus for repair.  The first step you need to take is to turn the device off. After that you have to heat the back of the phone quite, preferably using a heat gun. Then you need a rather large suction cup that must be attached to the back of the device, and a razor blade or similar tool to cut through the glue that holds the phone in place, but be careful not to cut anything inside the razor blade. When you have done everything and remove the back cover, remove the silver hanger that holds the battery in place, and you can do this by removing a screw that holds it in place. A pull tab will be there to pull out the battery, and that part should be quite easy to do, as the battery is not glued to the body of the phone in a number of places, even though some glue is used. [1
At this time, remove the remaining screws down, remove the circuit board and the USB port, which is the point where you will fully access the fingerprint scanner in the display. After removing the tape that covers the fingerprint scanner and removing two screws, remove the sensor. Together with the scanner itself, a camera is connected to get a picture of your unique fingerprint scanner and illuminate the ridges on your finger. It's more or less that you can check the entire procedure below if you want, while Jerry also partially re-assembles the device.
Background: JerryRig All that's already the OnePlus 6T sustainability trial, while also stripping stickers / color from the back of the back of the phone. Both of these procedures were shown in videos, just like this one. OnePlus actually introduced OnePlus 6T recently, less than two weeks ago. The device was announced in two variants, initially Mirror Black and Midnight Black, while the third model, Thunder Purple, arrived a little later during the phone's official launch in China. The Thunder Purple version of the device will remain exclusive to China, something that OnePlus confirmed recently. OnePlus 6T looks like its sibling, OnePlus 6, because the two phones have a similar design, have the same processor, same camera, same RAM, and even the same screen, even though the OnePlus 6T panel is bigger and narrower. OnePlus 6T, unlike OnePlus 6, features a built-in fingerprint scanner and a much smaller scan, but it does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack or an LED notification light. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 845 64-bit Octacorn SoC, supplied in 6GB and 8GB RAM variants, while it plays a 6.41-inch fullHD + Optic AMOLED screen. OnePlus 6T also included a 3.700mAh battery on the inside, a battery that is significantly larger than the OnePlus 6s 3.300mAh device. OnePlus proprietary quick download is also included in the package, but it is no longer called "Dash Charge". The device has a similar price tag as its predecessor, although variants where it is available are slightly different from those offered by OnePlus 6.
Impact: OnePlus 6T is one of the best value smartphones out there, and for the first time, OnePlus has collaborated with one of the US air carriers to sell the phone in the United States. T-Mobile is the current carrier. It remains to be seen that it will improve the phone's sales number, and how much, because this handset is quite similar to OnePlus 6, but on the other hand, it's nicer and finally available through an US operator. That said, OnePlus plans to announce three smartphones next year, two devices they usually do (OnePlus 7 and 7T), while a third phone will be a 5G enabled device, the company's very first 5G compatible phones. The company's exec said that the company's first 5G enabled device comes early next year and it will not be included in the company's usual release, suggesting it can be launched before OnePlus 7 and have a completely different name but we'll see what's happening .