We previewed the OnePlus 2 for you in the past, but if you'd rather see some internal component porn, iFixit has got your back. iFixit has taken the device apart like it did the first OnePlus phone (and many, many other gadgets before it) to examine its inner workings. The eye-catching orange battery is still there and its display parts are still fused (and expensive to replace!), but the OnePlus 2 is apparently more repairable than its predecessor. Many of its components, including the USB-C port, are modular and can be easily swapped out -- sure, you might not be repairing it yourself, but it's still good to know if you're thinking of getting one. After all, it's not easy getting your hands on what the company's touting as the "2016 flagship killer:" you need an invite code to be able to buy it. And if you're in North America, you won't even be getting your unit anytime soon.
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