4, 2020 and last updated .

A new phone debut usually means another new torture test on JerryRigEverything, and that is exactly the case with the OnePlus 8T. Zack from JerryRigEveryone gets some picks and blades on OnePlus ’latest flagship, and its fares as well as expected.

Until the JerryRigEvery endurance tests passed, this OP8T test took place regularly. As before, the scratches on the screen at a level of Mohs 6, “with deeper grooves at level 7.” The chassis and buttons are all metal, though the same cannot be said for the speaker grille above (it is plastic). The SIM tray is revealed to be sealed against water, which makes sense. Zack notes that the fingerprint sensor often does not want to recognize its fingerprints, even though the part of the screen under the sensor is not scratched.

The video ends with relatively successful burn test and bend tests; the chassis has some flex, but no cracks or kinks. It has been mentioned many times that the 8T is a fine phone, but there is no point in upgrading from if you already have 8; this seems to be the case with most OnePlus -T phones. You can view the full video by embedding it above or the link below.

Video of tears

Zack has now published a teardrop video for the OnePlus 8T, giving us a great look at what’s underneath the outside of the casing. The new video shows two integrated battery cells, each with a capacity of 2,200m-2,250mAh, enabling the operation of 60W wired phone charging. It’s not a secret, but it’s still interesting to see in person.

The remaining tears did not occur much, except for the OnePlus 8T which uses a large amount of thermal paste around the motherboards, batteries, and camera modules. The paste, next to the room steam cooling system, should help keep the phone at a safer temperature for longer periods of time.