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Düzenleyen: Jeff Suovanen

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[* black] We pop off a nice red bracket to free that lengthy fingerprint cable, and spy the NFC antenna OnePlus so graciously pointed out.
- [* icon_note] Prior OnePlus antennas did just fine without a glass back (which isn't even for wireless charging). So, basically, the back is just for looks. And cracking.
+ [* icon_note] Prior OnePlus antennas did just fine without a glass back (which isn't even for wireless charging). So this glass seems to be mainly just for looks. And cracking.
[* black] The friendly green tab on this relatively accessible battery says, "由此拉起可拆出电池". This translates to "Pull up and out to remove the battery."
[* icon_caution] This does ***not*** translate to "battery is not removable"—as is written in English in the bottom right corner.
[* black] Despite inconsistent labeling, this battery should be consistently easy to remove with that pull tab—it's only lightly adhered in place. Here OnePlus decidedly one-ups [guide|98093|its|stepid=180041|new_window=true] [guide|104308|competition|stepid=195675|new_window=true].
[* black] However, the battery falls behind its peers in capacity, with 12.70 Wh—slightly under the [guide|104308|Galaxy S9+|stepid=195675|new_window=true] (13.48 Wh) and [guide|98093|Google Pixel 2 XL|stepid=180041|new_window=true] (13.6 Wh).