Published: November 11, 2018 3:03:28 pm
OnePlus 6T hosts a camera under the display, as can be seen from a teardown video by JerryRigEverything. The vlogger's latest premier OnePlus has been revealed, with a specific focus on those who create new OnePlus 6T features. This video follows the durability test of the phone, which it claims to be performing well.
Part of the video, half way through the unboxing, is trying to calculate the internal hardware associated with the inappropriate fingerprint scanner. On the same, he tears down the display, and begins to hide the underground floor. This reveals the non-display fingerprint sensor installation on the lower left, the USB-type USB port and the speaker's hardware collector.
Some components bring insulation to the circuit board set, and act as light sensors of the optical fingerprint scanner. The installation of the scanner itself can be seen as a combination of a camera and a sensor.
According to JerryRigEverything, the fingerprint scanner fund uses the emitted light from the Unlock Screen & # 39; symbol; UnPlus 6T, and the sensor detects the nature of fingerprints of the pattern of foundations that are found. Further along the video, one can see the unexpected display, although a cavity can be seen from the location of the fingerprint scanner lenses. When replacing the phone, one can see the OnePlus 6T normally operating.
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Showing a transparent version of OnePlus's top priority, the video begins with the closure of the phone, then moving the back glass and the backup. Shortly thereafter, the vlogger will break down NFC chips, to reach the motherboard of the phone. From there, it's going on to remove the rear cameras, and turn the primary lens to show its optical image stabilization (OIS) method, before moving to the bottom of the phone.
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