Nokia 9 PureView teardown video reveals its five camera sensors


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Nokia 9 PureView, the new flagship of the Finnish manufacturer presented in Barcelona at the recent Mobile World Congress 2019, has undergone a complete teardown, to verify the internal build quality and reparability.

Thanks to the YouTube channel PBK Reviews we can therefore discover how to disassemble the smartphone, an operation that always requires some experience and the right equipment to avoid damaging the internal components.

Once removed the cover we find ourselves in front of the wireless charging system, to be carefully removed to access the underlying motherboard, where rear cameras are also fixed. Below the battery, fixed to the central frame, there is a steam chamber for better heat dissipation produced by the Snapdragon 845 platform and the other components.

The fingerprint reader located behind the screen is also clearly visible, in turn firmly fixed to the frame and difficult to remove without damaging it. Below you will find the complete video, in case you want to try to replace some damaged internal component of the Nokia flagship. From this point of view Nokia 9 PureView reparability is not particularly difficult, and allows you to easily replace the USB connector, the battery and the camera, after passing the rock of the back cover.

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