In a recent leak of the highly anticipated Google Pixel 7a smartphone, technology YouTuber PBKreviews posted an exclusive teardown video, revealing many of the device’s intricate details. The video showcases a number of impressive features, such as the wireless charging coil and NFC antenna that are located within the device’s interior.
Additionally, the Pixel 7a boasts a powerful 4,300 mAh battery that is easily removable thanks to convenient pull tabs, and the phone’s mainboard houses a state-of-the-art 64 MP main camera with OIS, as well as a 13MP ultrawide module and a 13MP selfie cam.
An interesting aspect of the Pixel 7a’s design is its ability to be disassembled from both the front and back, which will make repairs more efficient and straightforward. This is particularly useful for those who may need to replace the screen, as it won’t require a nearly complete teardown of the phone.
This Pixel 7a earned solid repairability score of 7.5/10, beating the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro models. This score suggests that repairing the Pixel 7a may be less challenging than fixing previous models, making it a more appealing option for those who prioritize easy repairability.
Overall, the Pixel 7a’s impressive features and innovative design suggest that it will be a notable addition to the Google smartphone lineup.