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  • OnePlus is probably one of the most all-around best bang for you buck smartphones you can

  • buy these days.

  • But, it only comes in two colors which are black.

  • It's time to spice things up a bit and see what a clear OnePlus 6T would look like.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • OnePlus, in the past, has been the phone for tech minded individuals who want a lot of

  • functionality and power at a realistic price.

  • And with an outspoken OnePlus community that actually gets listened to, OnePlus has pumped

  • out some pretty solid phones.

  • This year, OnePlus has added water resistance, but it's not IP specific and has no official

  • rating.

  • The glue around the back panel is pretty similar to the Pixel's and the Samsung's I've taken

  • apart previously though, requiring quite a bit of heat and gentle persuasion from my

  • pry tool.

  • Each of the 4 sides on the OnePlus 6T are curved, which present an additional challenge

  • when removing the back panel because too much pressure at any point from my metal pry tool

  • will cause the whole panel to break, and we don't want that.

  • OnePlus used to include an iconic bright red battery in their phones, but stopped with

  • the OnePlus 3.

  • If you want a blast from the past, go check out my old OnePlus 2 teardown.

  • Finally lifting open the OnePlus 6T reveals no red battery, but they did add a red pull

  • tab instead of a green one this year.

  • That's got to add at least 3 horsepower.

  • Thumbs up for that.

  • I'll take what I can get.

  • Other than that though, with no wireless charging or external fingerprint scanner, and with

  • all the circuit boards covered in black plastic, this phone has a more simple, minimalist vibe.

  • I'll remove the bottom plastics to see if we can modify it at all.

  • OnePlus has included red loctite on their screws.

  • Not sure if that's on purpose or not, but we can pretend they did it for aesthetics,

  • even though you guys on my channel are the only ones who ever get to see it.

  • Underneath the charging port plastics, we find that the loud speaker and vibrator are

  • both molded into the plastic itself, making any trimming or modifying to reveal the circuit

  • boards unrealistic.

  • So I'll close it back up and replace the screws.

  • It is what it is.

  • I'm going to make the battery red again though.

  • Unscrewing the one screw holding down the metal bracket and unplugging the battery like

  • a little Lego, and then the whole 3700 milliamp hour battery can come away from the phone.

  • Another one of the waterproofing barriers OnePlus has added is a secondary plastic layer

  • beneath the battery.

  • Since my phone has been opened up and isn't really water resistant anymore, I can just

  • get rid of it.

  • I have got a spare red carbon fiber skin left over from a previous project, so I'll just

  • plop it down over the top half of the battery, making sure to keep the plugin free.

  • And I'll wrap the skin around the sides and bottom of the battery.

  • Without any copper wireless charging like we saw in the clear Pixel 3, hopefully this

  • red will spice things up a bit once we get the back glass cleared.

  • With the silver bracket back in place, now we can start removing the camera lens.

  • A little bit of heat goes a long way with this black adhesive.

  • Heat makes it easier to loosen up and remove the metal dual lens bracket from the glass.

  • The plastic flash also comes away with the bracket.

  • So OnePlus comes in black and black, and both blacks should have the same color removing

  • process.

  • This is the Midnight Black, so when the color is peeled off, we should be left with a slightly

  • matte or a frosted finish on the glass.

  • Luckily the color removal is pretty easy this time around and the whole panel is coming

  • off in one piece.

  • This doesn't leave me much time for any super good cellphone jokes though, but I do have

  • one:

  • What kind of music do phones like to listen to?

  • SIM-phonies.

  • I'd say it's looking pretty good.

  • One last strip of laminate at the bottom and we can start putting the whole thing back

  • together.

  • I'll lay down some clear double sided tape along the sides of the phone.

  • I'll link this in the description.

  • And I'll put a bit more clear adhesive on the camera lens.

  • Then I can set the camera lens into the glass, along with the little plastic flash diffuser.

  • And the whole frosty transparent piece of glass can be set down gently over the phone,

  • which kind of takes the normal black OnePlus 6T to a whole new level.

  • I think it turned out pretty sweet.

  • I didn't think I would like the carbon as much, but it's growing on me.

  • The way it reflects in the light is strangely appealing, especially with the simple black

  • NFC and the minimalist black plastic is has going on.

  • Even if the circuits aren't showing, I think this one's a win.

  • What do you think?

  • The OnePlus 6 earlier this year had the unique golden fingerprint cable which added some

  • sass, along with the silver metal over the loud speaker.

  • So it's a tough choice.

  • Either way, OnePlus should start implementing this themselves, especially once they get

  • the wireless charging added into their phones.

  • I'll be completely tearing down the OnePlus 6T in my next video, so hit the subscribe

  • button.

  • We'll get an inside look at that in-display fingerprint scanner.

  • Thanks a ton for watching.

  • I'll see you around.

OnePlus is probably one of the most all-around best bang for you buck smartphones you can

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