Everything crammed inside a slim body adds up to a repairability score of five out of ten
No matter how desirable the OnePlus One smartphone is at the moment, we cant seem to ignore the fact that it is not available to us instantly. We still have some time to wait before we can get our hands on one but there is someone who has already managed to get one. The iFixit screwdriver brigade completely ripped open the phone to reveal the insides and we can get a much clearer look from the video featured below.
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Talking about the features, the phone equips everything in its 8.9mm thick body including 3GB of Samsung-based RAM, 5.5-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon 801 CPU and a goodly 3,100mAH battery. We have already suspected the problem here; this is too slim for a phablet. After all, squeezing all that stuff into this slime body would have generated some unlikeable consequences which results in the repairability score of five out of ten.