The parts of Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are now accessible via iFixit
At the start of 2022, Google declared that it would collaborate with iFixit for offering parts as well as repair guides for its well-known products. The initial news concluded that iFixit will provide parts for the Pixel series ranging from Pixel to Pixel 6 and beyond. As per this news, it was obvious that following the announcement parts will be available on iFixit. Thus, providing eager enthusiasts with a new way to get the parts. As of now, it seems like the company is going to take a step forward by offering the parts for the most recent handset by Google i.e., Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
The parts were discovered by the folks at 9to5Google. It appears that there are quite a lot of options. Concerning the Pixel 7 Pro, users will be able to buy the battery, display, rear camera, graphite sheet for the battery, and display adhesive. If we talk about the prices then the display is available for $207, the battery for $50, and the rear camera is priced at $160. What is more interesting here is that the parts are accompanied by the tools. Thus, helping the users to perform repairs.
On the other hand, the Pixel 7 series has almost a similar kind of part of the selection. While it doesn’t apply to the silicon pad for the battery and the ultrawide camera. given this phone series, the prices of parts are comparatively less. The display cost $137, the primary camera at the back is priced $97, and the ultrawide camera is priced $50. Overall, the pricing is not that much for the genuine parts.
Well, if you are looking for parts of smartphones other than Google Pixel, then you can find them too on iFixit. Brands like Valve, Samsung, Motorola, Microsoft, HTC, and Fairphone are also partners of iFixit. In addition to this, the company also provides guides for a number of devices. Be it a smartphone, tablet, camera, game console, and more.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.
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