The Google Pixel 8, one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year, has finally seen the light of day and it didn’t take long for tech enthusiasts to get their hands on it, taking it apart piece by piece to explore its inner secrets. In a comprehensive analysis conducted by PBKreviews and shared via YouTube, the Google Pixel 8 was thoroughly broken down.
This way we have a detailed look at what is hidden beneath its elegant exterior. The first look at the rear camera design, once the back panel is removed, reveals the graphite film responsible for heat dissipation.
The Google Pixel 8 received a score of 7 out of 10 in repair rate
Under this layer, we find the battery pack, which has proven to be more difficult to remove due to the adhesives used. However, the Pixel 8’s camera modules have proven to be relatively easy to extract. The YouTube user was unable to remove a file Motherboard This is a new model but it also drew attention to the difficulty of removing the back panel without damaging the device, an important note for anyone considering home repairs.
The Pixel 8 received a repair score of 7 out of 10. This indicates that while it is possible to perform some repairs yourself, the task may not be suitable for those who do not have some experience with this type of operation.
The Google Pixel 8 comes with a Tensor G3 processor, accompanied by 8GB of RAM and the option of up to 256GB of internal storage. Its face includes a 6.2-inch OLED screen, with Full HD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate.
In terms of photography capabilities, the dual-camera setup on the back promises clear and detailed 50MP photos, while on the front, the 10.5MP selfie camera promises to satisfy even the most demanding users. This smartphone is powered by a 4575 mAh battery, which promises solid autonomy for the most active users.
While this teardown provides a fascinating peek inside the Google Pixel 8, it also provides insight into the internal design and engineering that went into creating this long-awaited device.
The Google Pixel 8 has been in the spotlight not only because of its performance and technical features, but also because of the entire ecosystem that Google has built around its devices. Consumers are increasingly interested in the relationship between hardware and software, and how this synergy can enrich the user’s everyday experience.
The big news in this generation is that Pixel devices are officially on sale in Portugal.
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