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Düzenleyen: Sam Goldheart

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[* black] Let's circle back and talk cameras for a moment.
-[* icon_note] Although a dual rear-camera setup first emerged on the OnePlus 5, this is the first OnePlus to feature OIS. Coupled with the brand-new IMX519 sensor from Sony, this seems like a significant step up, but reviews have found it to be lackluster vs. the competition.
+[* icon_note] Although a dual rear-camera setup first emerged on the OnePlus 5, this is the first OnePlus to feature OIS. Coupled with the brand-new IMX519 sensor from Sony, this seems like a significant step up, but reviews have found it to be [https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/21/17369956/oneplus-6-review-phone-android-phone-price-specs|lackluster|new_window=true] vs. the competition.
[* black] Alongside it resides the 20 MP Sony IMX 376K sensor, returning from the earlier OnePlus 5T. The selfie cam gets the 16 MP IMX 371, which has been in circulation since the [guide|94173|OnePlus 5|new_window=true] days.
-[* black] Returning to the bottom edge, we flip out this little daughterboard and surveil what's left in the chassis.
-[* black] That OLED panel is firmly glued in place, and we're probably not getting it out without some damage. There's seemingly no reason to remove it unless you need a screen repair, but the process looks pretty arduous from here.
+[* black] Returning to the bottom edge, we flip out this little daughterboard and surveil what's left in the chassis: not much more than a modular charging port!
+[* black] That OLED panel is firmly glued in place—it probably won't come out undamaged. You'll likely only be removing a ''broken'' display of course, but this screen-last procedure sure isn't repair-friendly.