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Last week we saw how iFixit disassembled the new Nexus 5X smartphone made by LG and he received a positive result – 7 out of 10 points. Now is the time for dismantling and Nexus 6P, manufactured by Huawei. Although the new Android flagship definitely falls in the class of premium devices, thanks to its aluminum body, it proved difficult to disassemble and for repair. The device receives only 2 points from 10 possible.

After the iFixit managed to open 5.7-inch Nexus flagship they found that the components are connected together, which makes it more difficult to remove them. After succeed, however, the first surprise comes with a fingerprint reader, called “Nexus Imprint” – he is actually square, not round, as many consumers believe.

Nexus 6P battery is 3,450 mAh and it occupies most of the interior, but thanks to the abundant amount of adhesive is difficult to remove. If necessary change the screen, this will mean that the entire device must be dismantled. As for the individual parts of iFixit found 4GB of memory from Micron, 32GB flash memory courtesy of Samsung and Wi-Fi modem made by Broadcom. The strange thing is that the phone has Quick Charge IC chip of Qualcomm, although Nexus 6P does not offer support for fast charging.

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