iFixit have done with the teardown of the latest Google smartphone – Pixel XL. The procedure for disassembling showed that the phone includes many modular parts, which in theory could mean easier repair.

From iFixit found that the front camera with 8-megapixel sensor, the microphone and the USB-C port can be easily removed from the motherboard. This means that the components should be easy and inexpensive to replace if something goes wrong.

The team also noted that the phone battery can be easily removed, which again should make easy her replacement. Another interesting thing about Pixel XL is that while Google is “copying” the design of HTC, inside there is no real evidence for this.

Google uses components from Samsung, Qualcomm and other manufacturers. Only HTC part of the Pixel XL is the battery, which is 3450mAh. It has larger capacity than the iPhone Plus 7, but is less than the Galaxy S7 Edge of Samsung. Post from: GizBrain

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