LG G7 ThinQ teardown shows how beautifully the innards are placed
LG G7 ThinQ has shown great resistance to a series of brutal durability tests performed by JerryRigEverything. Now, it’s time to see is it tough from inside as well. The YouTuber now performs a teardown of the LG G7 ThinQ to check if it would be easier to repair. We already have one more teardown of the LG G7 ThinQ from the team of iFixit that has given the device a reparability score of 4 out of 10.
The back of the phone opens up after applying the heat and using the pry tool the panel completely comes out. The first thing clearly visible is the large coil for wireless charging and a “never-seen-before “ ribbon. Also, there aren’t any ribbon cables attached to the fingerprint scanner on the back panel. The whole work is done from the golden contact pads.
After the LG G7 ThinQ is torn down, one can see how beautifully everything is placed. The arrangement doesn’t look cluttered. The YouTuber tells that the inside of the phone looks amazing. The aluminum is all anodized at the same time so the inside of the phone is uniformly the same color as outside. One can also see the heat dissipation pipe in copper which keeps the phone cool. Most of the innards are modular but some of the things like the battery and screen need to have several components removed before.
Watch the video from below and lets us know what do you think about this teardown.
LG G7 ThinQ
71.9 x 153.2 x 7.9 mm
6.1 inches - 3120x1440 px
- 6.1-inch QHD+ (3120 x 1440) display with a notch
- Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
- 4GB/6GB of RAM
- 64 GB/128 GB internal storage
- Dual 16 MP rear cameras (one normal and one "ultra-wide")
- 8MP front camera
- Fingerprint reader
- IP68 certification against water and dust
- Boombox Technology
- 3000 mAh battery
- Android 8.0 Oreo with LG's custom UI