In such a series of teardown videos, the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have been adjusted to their basic structure, revealing their innards and showing their build quality. Both phones are covered with a huge copper heat sink, according to PBK Reviews’ teardowns (via Gadgets360). As soon as the gadgets are opened, this becomes apparent. There’s also a heating ribbon that connects an aluminium centre plate to the CPU.
|The Pixel 6 pro inside (Image: PBK Reviews)|
|The Pixel 6 inside (Image: PBK Reviews)|
The mmWave antenna is also seen on top of the Google Pixel 6 in the footage. For 5G phones, mmWave promises high download rates, but a single antenna seems doubtful. Additionally, its placement is inconvenient. The antenna may be covered by your hand if you use the phone in landscape mode while streaming or gaming. It may have an impact on signal Advantages.
Because it is soldered to the motherboard, it is extremely difficult to repair. Due to the extensive usage of adhesive, other components do not perform effectively. As a result, when the components are disassembled for repair, there’s a chance the seal will be damaged.