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OPPO R15 Teardown

OPPO is scheduled to officially launch its new product – the OPPO R15 on March 31. The phone boasts of dual-surface glass body and it features a 6.28-inch Super-V Display with an aspect ratio of 19:9. Today, we will start the teardown of the R15 to explore its internal structure.


First of all, remove the SIM card tray.
remove the SIM card tray
Use a sucker to separate the back cover from phone body. When removing back cover, avoid getting glass broken and disconnecting fingerprint cable since it is connected to the back cover.
remove back cover
The phone still adopts three-stage internal design. We find no visible cable connector since all of them are fixed by metal holders.
internal design
We need to disconnect the battery connector first. Remove screws which are used to fix cover plate after finding battery connector.
power off the system
There is only fingerprint reader module on the back cover. This module is fully sealed. How to remove old fingerprint reader and install new one once the back cover gets broken is a problem. The fingerprint reader is surrounded by lots of foams. Besides, the motherboard area features graphite sticker.
fingerprint reader
This is dual-rear camera setup. It is evident that the main camera with F/1.7 aperture is bigger than the auxiliary camera with F/2.2 aperture. The dual cameras don’t support optical zoom function.
dual-rear camera setup
The phone features a 20MP front camera with F/2.0 aperture.
front camera
As for space utilization, the front of the motherboard has compact design except connectors occupy much space. Uncover graphite sticker on the shield cover. We find the metal sticker on it. Both graphite sticker and metal sticker are used to help heat dissipation to prevent some parts gathering too much heat.
Continue to uncover metal heat dissipation layer, and we find that shield cover is weldding tightly on the motherboard. As a result, the shield cover fails to be removed from the motherboard. Only a chip which is covered by conductive silicone can be seen.
shield cover
The shield cover on the back of the motherboard is still covered by graphite sticker and metal sticker. Two big core chips are covered by conductive grease.
back of the motherboard
The R15 is powered by 2.0GHz octa-core Helio P60 processor. It features a 128GB ROM – KM3V6001CM B705 from Samsung. We infer that 6GB RAM is sealed together with the ROM.
processor and flash
Under the motherboard, we can see that buttons on two sides and top sensor are connected to the motherboard via the metal contact. Such design can effectively utilize space on the back of the motherboard. Besides, edge parts get thickened. It is surprising to see that a sensor gets piled together with the earphone.
Under the motherboard
Uncover the tape on the right side of the battery, and then take out the battery.
take out the battery
The battery reads DVT trial-produce battery. The R15 sports a high-cost 3450mAh Li-ion battery. Its limited charge voltage is 4.4V and normal voltage is 3.85V. Another OPPO R15 version sports a 3400mAh battery.
Take out PCB at the bottom. We find that pick-up microphone is designed on the PCB. Therefore, the phone’s right side at the bottom is in charge of recording sound while the other side is in charge of playing sound.
Take out PCB
After taking out the loudspeaker module, we find its supplier is ACC.
In the end, take out the earphone with independent design. Until now, our teardown work is finished.
take out the earphone

In general, the OPPO R15 is a good-quality product that consumer can trust. By designing roll cage and middle framework as an entirety, OPPO has improved the phone’s resistance to pressure. It has excellent heat dissipation design and good sealing method. The phone boasts of the specification which can meet consumer’s demand. The phone’s battery, loudspeaker and glass cover are high-end products from top manufacturers.



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