Removing the screen from Google Pixel 6 Pro takes literally half a minute

The Pixel 6 Pro is designed in such a way that replacing the screen is a fairly straightforward task. As the disassembly of the device shown, literally half a minute is enough to open the smartphone and disconnect the only cable from the display to the motherboard. However, before that, it will take a little time for the device to heat up so that the display can be disconnected altogether. But this is now true for almost any apparatus. 

For example, in the case of the iPhone 13 Pro Max, it takes a lot longer, since there are more cables there, and to disconnect them, you still need to unscrew a few bolts.  Going back to the flagship Google, inside you can see graphite film, a large single block of cameras, a glued battery, and a number of modular components.  

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