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The debut of a new phone usually means another new JerryRigEverything torture test. OnePlus 8T.. JerryRigEverything’s Zack has already adopted some picks and blades in OnePlus’ latest flagship and is on track as expected.
As far as the durability test of JerryRigEverything is concerned, this OP8T test was conducted on a regular basis. As usual, the screen scratches “in a deeper groove at level 7” at Morse level 6. The chassis and buttons are all made of metal, but the same is not true for the top of the speaker grill (plastic). It became clear that the SIM tray was sealed against water. This makes sense.. Zack states that fingerprint sensors often don’t want to recognize their fingerprints, even if the area of the screen underneath the sensor isn’t scratched.
The video ends with a relatively successful combustion and bending test. The chassis has some bending, but no cracks or kinks. The 8T has been pointed out several times as a great phone, but if you already have an 8, it’s not worth the upgrade. This seems to be the case for most OnePlus-T phones. You can watch the entire video from the embed above or the link below.
Zack has released a disassembled video of the OnePlus 8T to take a closer look at what’s under the outer casing. The new video shows two combined battery cells, each with a capacity of 2,200m to 2,250mAh. This will allow the phone to charge 60W wired. This wasn’t a secret, but it’s still interesting to see in person.
The rest of the disassembly is less important, except that the OnePlus 8T uses a lot of thermal paste around the motherboard, battery, and camera module. The paste, along with the vapor chamber cooling system, should help keep the phone at a safer temperature for extended periods of time.
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