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Now that we've worked our way around the exterior, it's time to head inside. Experience tells us that a little suction and cutting is all that's required to coax the display open, but when that doesn't work we bring out the big (heat) guns. It looks like the Pixel 3 XL still uses foam adhesive, but it's far more tenacious than the repair-friendly stuff we saw last year.
  • Now that we've worked our way around the exterior, it's time to head inside.

  • Experience tells us that a little suction and cutting is all that's required to coax the display open, but when that doesn't work we bring out the big (heat) guns.

  • It looks like the Pixel 3 XL still uses foam adhesive, but it's far more tenacious than the repair-friendly stuff we saw last year.

  • We pull out the trusty iSclack, expecting to separate the display assembly, but the rear cover yields first!

  • This whole thing is starting to remind us less of the Pixel 3's predecessor, and more of its notoriously sticky contemporary.

Ahora que ya hemos visto el exterior, es hora de dirigirnos adentro.

La experiencia nos dice que un poco de succión y corte es todo lo que necesitamos para persuadir que se abra la pantalla, pero cuando esto no funciona, sacamos nuestras armas.

Parece que el Pixel 3 XL todavía usa adhesivo de espuma, pero es mucho más obstinado que la facilidad de reparación que vimos el año pasado.

Sacamos nuestro confiable iSclack, esperando separar el ensamblaje de pantalla, pero la tapa posterior sale se rinde primero.

Esto nos hace recordar menos al predecesor del Pixel 3 y más al contemporáneo notoriamente pegajoso.

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