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The debut of a new phone usually means another new JerryRigEverything torture test, and the OnePlus 8T does. Zack from JerryRigEverything has already selected and promoted OnePlus’ latest flagship product at the same price as people expect.

As far as the JerryRigEverything durability test is concerned, this OP8T test will be conducted regularly. As usual, the screen is scratched on Mohs level 6, “the groove is deeper on level 7.” The chassis and buttons are metal, although the top speaker grille (plastic) can’t say that. The SIM card tray proved to be waterproof, which makes a lot of sense. Zack did point out that even if the part of the screen below the fingerprint sensor is not scratched, the fingerprint sensor usually does not want to recognize its fingerprint.

The video ends with a relatively successful combustion test and bending test; the chassis has a certain degree of curvature, but no cracks or kinks. It has been mentioned many times that the 8T is a good phone, but if you already have an 8, there is nothing worth upgrading; this seems to be the case with most OnePlus-T phones. You can watch the video in its entirety via the embed above or the link below.

Disassembly video

Zack has now released a teardown video of OnePlus 8T, which gives us a good understanding of the contents under the casing. The new video shows two combined batteries, each with a capacity of 2,200m-2,250mAh, which allows the 60W wired charging of the phone to work normally. It’s no secret, but it’s still fun to see with your own eyes.

Except that OnePlus 8T uses a lot of thermal paste around the motherboard, battery and camera module, the rest of the disassembly process is not important. The slurry, together with the vapor chamber cooling system, should help keep the phone at a safer temperature for a long time.