Following the bend test video and the drop test video, Samsung has now released a sort of reverse teardown/unboxing video showing how a S6 Edge can be assembled by hand.
iFixit’s teardown of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge reveals a few subtle changes from the regular Galaxy S6 model, but scores just 3 out of 10 for repairability.
Curious about what’s inside that 6.8-mm body of the Galaxy S6? An extensive teardown video brings the best look yet.
A teardown of Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 reveals a well built smartphone, but most people will find it almost impossible to replace the battery.
Folks over at the MIUI forum have got their hands on and taken apart Xiaomi’s new Mi Note smartphone, giving us a close-up look at the internal hardware.
A teardown of the world’s thinnest smartphone, the 4.75mm Vivo X5 Max, gives us a look at how such a slim smartphone is manufactured.
Dismantling the Nexus 9 reveals a delicately laid out interior heavily reliant on tape and glue, which leaves the high-end tablet difficult to repair.
Korean site Ewisetech has taken apart the new Xperia Z3, revealing the phone’s internal components, such as Samsung memory chips, and how Sony protects the Z3 against dust and water.
iFixit have taken apart the new OnePlus One, to investigate how well the company’s debut smartphone is built and how easy it would be to repair.
The UBREAKIFIX team has gone ahead and taken it all apart, showing us all its components and giving us an idea of how easily repairable it is.