OnePlus 2 was unveiled just two days ago, and now the smartphone is already being subjected to a teardown. It shows in detail all of the internal components of the OnePlus 2. Also Read - How to get Android 9 Pie on OnePlus 2
The report, by IT68, shows that the whole teardown process was smooth without any major hurdle or difficulty in getting any component out. It sports the fingerprint scanner below the display, on what was perceived to be the physical home button. The home button is only a touchpad, and is just given the design perception of a physical key. Also Read - OnePlus X, OnePlus 2, OnePlus 3 and 3T get an early taste of Android 9 Pie
There was no damage to any parts during the entire teardown. There is no tangible reparability score for OnePlus 2 as the Chinese website does not give difficulty grades like iFixit and other websites do, however from the looks of it, it seems to be easily repairable. Also Read - OnePlus 6 Alert Slider button likely to let users adjust camera focus
The OnePlus 2 flaunts a 5.5-inch full HD (1920×1080 pixels) In-Cell display, and is powered by an improved Snapdragon 810 v2.1 processor paired with 4GB of RAM.
On the photography front, the smartphone features 13-megapixel f/2.0 snapper at the back with optical image stabilization (OIS), and laser autofocus. Up front, there is a 5-megapixel selfie snapper. The smartphone also features a 3,300mAh battery, and connectivity options like dual-SIM card slots, LTE support on both SIM cards, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. On the software front, it runs on Android Lollipop-based Oxygen OS.
In terms of design, the OnePlus 2 is a definite upgrade over the OnePlus One. It features a magnesium aluminum alloy frame, and StyleSwap covers, which are essentially removable back panels of different designs. At the bottom is an USB Type-C port, while up front there is a fingerprint scanner integrated into the home button under the screen. On the left is an Alert Slider, which lets users toggle between the kind of notifications they need at any moment.