Interestingly, the 90 Hz AMOLED screen of the OnePlus 7 Pro isn’t actually glued to the glass and is a separate and flexible component. OnePlus strangely never mentions this bit of interesting technical trivia, perhaps for worry that people will be too emboldened to pry apart the phone too easily and break the glass anyway. The semi-teardown the YouTuber did to create a clear glass back for the phone already showed how a tad difficult it would be to open up the device in the first place. The good news is that once that the back cover has been removed without incident, almost everything else is comparatively easy to take apart. Even the battery is easy to pull out, a rarity among modern smartphones.The bad news is that you’ll have to undergo all that just to replace the most easily broken part: the USB-C port. That means that repairing that part, which is thankfully modular, has a high-risk factor. On the upside, those seals, including rubber rings around the port and even the motorized elevating camera, does show how watertight the phone is, even without a formal IP rating.OnePlus advertised the OnePlus 7 Pro to have an advanced cooling system that’s the buzzword among powerful phones these days. Zack Nelson sacrificed his woul- be favorite new phone only to come away disappointed. There doesn’t seem to be any 10-layer liquid cooling but only a regular heatpipe, some copper plates, and thermal pasting inside. The OnePlus 7 Pro is supposed to be the company’s big bet for 2019 but, just like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and Honor’s 20 Pro, things are looking a little bit questionable for the flagship killer. In addition to allegations regarding its camera quality and telephoto lens, the smartphone is reported to be having problems with its screen. JerryRigEverything tears down into the OnePlus 7 Pro to see if there’s anything else that the company isn’t saying outright.