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OnePlus 6T is China's first smartphone with a fingerprint reader that is popular this year. This relatively new biometric technology is achieved when market demand is directed towards all forms of the screen with minimal frames. Now, JerryRigEverything's Zack has completed OnePlus 6T's teardown, which displays viewers' internal parts of the flagship smartphone. The Teardown highlight highlights the OnePlus 6T optical display fingerprint sensor, which is actually a small camera sensor designed to light up during use.
In the fall, Zack starts by removing the back panel and discharging the battery. Then he removes a black plastic panel (NFC chip) that protects the motherboard below. The dual camera module is removed from the motherboard to indicate the presence of the OIS with the primary probe, and no secondary unit.
Then he removes the protective plastic case over the fingerprint sensor. North of the charging port is equipped with an optical display fingerprint sensor. She takes a fingerprint sensor consisting of a camera lens and a sensor. It works by taking a close-up view of your unique fingerprint and using the lights on the screen to store it for future unlocking. He says that this technology may in the near future lead to self-cameras under the screen, which successfully succeed on screen holes.
Removing the sensor reveals the translucent hole. Then he connects to the handset without a fingerprint sensor to indicate that the display still works, but does not shake backwards. "LEDs on the display shine only from one direction – outward," says Zack. Once it is done, it returns all the components so that the fingerprint reader will work again.
Later last month, OnePlus 6T made a standard test for the JerryRigEverything YouTube channel. The test found that the scratches did not affect the screen fingerprint sensor and worked fine.