The well-known electronic repair website iFixit has dismantled the Google Pixel 4 XL. As usual, the disassembly allows us to understand the difficulty of mobile phone repair. And the working principle inside the device.
The fixability of Google Pixel devices has never been high. The Pixel 4 XL is no exception. iFixit gave a 4/10 maintainability rating, and touching some parts of the phone was tricky. However, it also praised the machine for using the same type of screw.
However, the most interesting part of the Google Pixel 4 XL disassembly is the Soli radar system embedded in the top frame. It is very small in size, which means it realizes the machine’s air-to-air operation.
The disassembly of the Pixel 4 XL also confirmed that Samsung produced the display for the device. Many other manufacturers, including Apple, are using Samsung monitors. However, it is well known that Google usually uses LG. It is worth noting that the display has a 90Hz refresh rate, but no Samsung brand smartphone has this feature.
Unfortunately, the display is the hardest part of the Pixel 4 XL to fix. Any display repair method will require the technician to disassemble the entire phone, which is an important reason for the low maintainability score of the device.
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