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Cette vue éclatée n'est pas un tutoriel de réparation. Pour réparer votre Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, utilisez notre manuel de réparation.

    Dernières pensées
    • A single Phillips driver takes care of all the screws.
    • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently—but the charging port is now soldered to the main board.
    • Battery replacement is possible, but still unnecessarily difficult.
    • Glued-down glass both front and back means greater risk of breakage, and makes repairs difficult to start.
    • Screen repairs require a lot of disassembly while battling tough adhesive.
    Score de réparabilité
    3
    Score de réparabilité de 3 sur 10
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I was waiting for this teardown. A 3 out of 10 ?!?! I never dreamed that the score could get worse from the 4 from last year. Say what you want about Apple, at least they are somewhat customer “friendly” and make it relatively easy to fix the screen or replace the battery. I wanted to love the S10 but repairability is a huge factor for me. Sigh… I guess I will just to live with the Xr’s stupid notch.

W.M. - Réponse

It is a shame. We are always ragging on Apple for being so anti-consumer but their iPhone has remained as one of the most repairable phones out there while our precious android phones are all glued together. Feels bad man. :( Not looking forward to chiseling the back off my Oneplus 6 to replace the battery when the time comes.

The new Galaxy Watch looks like a win for consumers though! If smart watches are your thing.

core:tech -

I Guess I'm kinda lost as to the point of worrying about things like this? Smartphone batteries have gotten better and better and are far from the days when we used to actually carry around extra batteries because we had to! LoL ~ And generally new devices seem to last the “practical” life of the phone, even with more of us keeping our devices longer.

Most people lack the skills necessary to disassemble even a non-glass backed phone without damaging it! LoL ~ And most simply upgrade after 2-3 years use max for the latest tech updates…

Those that make buying decisions based on being able to physically break down and repair their own device are really just a small group of super nerds that feel every little thing should be made for their ease of use… Which to me is just ridiculous, and I'm one of those super nerds! LoL

These devices continue to get more and more powerful yet everything is crammed into nice neat pocket size packages! There has to be trade offs for all this power in such small packages…

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