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[* black] Although the OnePlus Nord does not have an IP rating, seeing those red rubber gaskets around the connectors let uswe assume it is as water and dust resistant as the OnePlus 8 Pro which is IP68 certifiedcertified—humidity and tropic mist gets the could shoulder.
[* icon_note] Since certifications cost money, we assume that OnePlus did forgomight have forgone the official rating and went with their true and tested production to keep a low price tag for the Nord.
[* black] Although the OnePlus Nord does not have an IP rating, seeing those red rubber gaskets around the connectors let uswe assume it is as water and dust resistant as the OnePlus 8 Pro which is IP68 certifiedcertified—humidity and tropic mist gets the could shoulder.
[* icon_note] Since certifications cost money, we assume that OnePlus did forgomight have forgone the official rating and went with their true and tested production to keep a low price tag for the Nord.
[* black] Only two more Phillips screws and the motherboard lifts out revealing some thermal paste on the back.
[* icon_note] The thermal paste is applied onto the graphite foil covering the chips which on their own have thermal paste applied to them. On the opposite site the paste transfers the heat towards a copper element running from the motherboard down along the display behind the cablescables—even desert temperatures can’t stop us.
[* icon_note] The thermal paste is applied onto the graphite foil covering the chips which on their own have thermal paste applied to them. On the opposite site the paste transfers the heat towards a copper element running from the motherboard down along the display behind the cablescables—even desert temperatures can’t stop us.