čas přidán 27. 09. 2023
Today we take apart Googles least expensive phone - the Pixel 7a. Grab one of my Teardown Skins for your phone HERE: www.dbrand.com/7a-teardown the smartphone tool kit I used in this video can be found here: amzn.to/2OwequL
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