Pixel 4 XL is the new guest of iFixit, which breaks down technological devices and determines repairability points. One of the highlights of Google's new flagship is the chip used for Motion Sense.
Although there is no notch on the screen, it's really good that Google fits all the hardware into the top frame . In this section, Google is carrying out a serious engineering work, based on Project Soli technology, this equipment is removed after removing the hardware part of the handset says that was reached.
This track tracks your every move for Motion Sense to work.
Removing the screen is a very difficult process. The iFixit team says you have to dismantle almost the entire phone in order to remove the screen and it is secured with strong adhesives. When you need to remove the display, it is likely that the display already installed in the instrument is broken.
The iFixit team's repairability score was 4 out of 10 .