The all-new Google Pixel 7 Pro is official after months of leaks and rumors, and YouTuber PBKreviews gives us a closer look at it in his latest teardown video The internal structure of the .
The process starts with removing the SIM slot and applying heat near the sides of the display to loosen the adhesive. After prying off the screen, we got the metal stand that covers the internal components. After disconnecting the screen and removing the cover, we finally see the 5,10 mAh battery held in place by lots of adhesive, we also see two Place the pull tabs neatly.
The motherboard is covered with a large graphite film to aid in cooling. Remove a few connectors and screws to see the 50 MP main camera, 12 MP Camera Assembly Ultra-wide sensor and updated 50 MP telephoto module with 5x optical zoom. After a few steps, let’s take a look at the new 11 MP selfie camera with autofocus.
The USB-C charging port appears to be soldered to the motherboard, which would make repairs very difficult. The rear glass is glued to the frame, another hard-to-repair component. The Pixel 7 Pro has a repairability score of 5.5/10, which is just average.