LG G7 Teardown! – I ThinQ its beautiful…

The Elligant LGG7 is here and time to open it up to review from the inside. In this video we take apart the LG G7 and show how the back cover comes off, as well as the G7 Thinq battery gets replaced. If you’ve ever considered taking apart your own LG G7 or just want to know what makes the LG G7 work… This video is for you!

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33 Replies to “LG G7 Teardown! – I ThinQ its beautiful…”

  1. Dennis Olof

    I do not understand why the manufacturers can not put the battery at the top back part of the phone. It is the number one item to replace when a phone gets older. You should only have to warm up the adhesive, remove the back cover and then you can get the the battery without taking the entire phone apart. I guess they do not want you to repair your phone.

  2. Gabriel Soria

    Came here to find the best charging location, exactly centered and 44mm wide/tall

    Building a wireless charger with magnetic grip above it so it will be perfectly centered every time, both for not having to think if its not perfectly centered than it won't charge fast enough and also to use it in my car 😉 I know, older phones with for example the Snapdragon 835 using navigation would warm up too much and slow the charge down to barely charging if at all but i noticed the 845 was a big jump in that with a 5w wireless charger it wouldn't get too warm and still charge despite using google maps and playing music. I'm avoiding using a 10w wireless charger because IMO that would warm the phone and battery too much causing battery degradation and possibly a little speed slow down as well.

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