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OnePlus 6T teardown gives a closer look at the in-display fingerprint sensor

09 November 2018 2

We have seen the OnePlus 6T getting the transparent back post a treatment from the very famous YouTuber JerryRigEverything and now we are seeing the device undergoing a dissection.

The OnePlus 6T might have lost that Flagship Killer tag but it’s still a good option over those expensive smartphones coming with the same hardware and features. The OnePlus 6T gets many upgrades over the OnePlus 6, a couple of them are the major ones and the others are some new features which are also making their ways to the OnePlus 6.

The in-display fingerprint scanner is the main highlight of this phone and we are eager to see the tangible hardware behind the screen. So, the YouTuber has made a video on the teardown of the OnePlus 6T so as to show us what goes behind this new flagship of the company.

It’s essentially just a camera, the black portion is a lens and has a sensor underneath that takes the closer picture of your unique fingerprint using the green light animation projected from the display to illuminate the ridges in your finger.


Taking a look at the frame where this sensor sits in, you can see the underside of the AMOLED display. This is a fair hint at the fact that the in-display selfie cameras will have the similar kind of placement and the day isn’t too far when we will see the completely bezel-free phones. Well, that’s true as the displays have moved to the foldable ones already. Not taking that route, this OnePus 6T teardown has given us a clearer look at the in-display fingerprint scanner and the company has done quite a good job.

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