Essential Phone Teardown - Complicated and Pointless
Here are the replacement parts for the Essential Phone: NONE
Taking apart the Essential phone is pretty similar to the Google Pixel. Except for the fact that there are no replacement parts available for this smartphone. If you buy a 'non mainstream' phone, make sure you are ready for the fact that if you break it... it is just... broken forever. It is hard to find replacement parts for non mainstream phones like the Essential phone.

Current Essential Phone Pricing: http://amzn.to/2CbwJKO

If you are interested in seeing the Essential phone disassembled and torn down, this is the right spot for you. Let me know if you have any questions!

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