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Tearing down the Samsung Galaxy S5
It was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress back in February, but hit UK highstreets 11 April.
Check out their look at dismantling the gadget. There are 18 steps in total.
The upside is the battery is very easy to remove and replace. The downside is replacing anything other than the battery is not so easy – it “requires first removing the display, risking extra damage on the way to a repair”.
Tags: Galaxy S5, Samsung