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Google Pixel 3a teardown concludes it's more repairable than Pixel 3 | Video

10 June 2019 0

Google Pixel 3a has already proved itself that it’s a solid phone in its range by passing some brutal tests with flying colors. And, this makes us more interested in knowing how things are from inside? Well, Zack Nelson from JerryRigEverything is once again ready with his toolkit to show you that as well.

Google Pixel 3a is plasticy yet a fantastic device to own. From holding Google’s secret sauce of photography to a powerful device, this device has the charm to impress you. But how Google has assembled the innards so that just everything falls in place is yet to be seen. So, the YouTuber once again digs in to give us an inside tour and pinpoint any potential pitfalls.


The disassembled part of the device shows that it’s more repairable than the Pixel 3. The device has a very easy battery replacement, thanks to the pull tabs that easily let you do so, in case it’s required, of course. Needless to mention, the phone is not water resistant, so you would need to bear the cost if it gets wet. While putting the Pixel 3a back in the working condition, Nelson found that getting the fingerprint scanner and two side wires attached to the underside of the motherboard is pretty much the hardest part. One more key takeaway from Pixel 3a teardown is that the screen is easy to replace in case you accidentally break it. In the end, the YouTuber was able to put all the components of the Pixel 3a back together so as to come up with a fully-functional device.

Watch the video provided down below and do let us know what you think about this teardown.

70.1 x 151.3 x 8.2 mm
5.6 inches - 2220x1080 px
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