iFixit's latest teardown took on the new . While there weren't many surprises, it did clear up one of the remaining mysteries about the phone: which company made its display.
A couple other notable takeaways from the teardown: The Pixel 3 has a lot more adhesive than the Pixel 2 models, much like the , making it harder to repair. It's easy to remove the battery, but more difficult to get to other parts that frequently need attention. And the full-size glass back makes it more likely to crack if dropped.
Google unveiled the new Pixel phones at an event on Oct. 9, where it also showed off the Google Home Hub and the new Pixel Slate. Google says the are even better than the Pixel 2, in part because of its . The phones also have two front-facing cameras that can capture wider selfie photos.
You can see how the camera on Google's Pixel 3 compare to Apple's iPhone XS in.
First published Oct 16.
Update, Oct. 17: Adds more information on Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.