Hoe wij apparaten beoordelen:

Een apparaat met een perfecte score is relatief goedkoop te repareren, omdat het gemakkelijk te demonteren is en er een handleiding voor beschikbaar is. De score is afhankelijk van hoe moeilijk het is het apparaat te openen, hoe alles aan elkaar bevestigd is en hoe ingewikkeld het is belangrijke onderdelen te vervangen. Punten worden toegekend voor mogelijkheid tot upgraden, het gebruik van niet-merkgebonden gereedschappen voor onderhoud en modulaire opbouw van componenten.

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Google Pixel 3
  • Display repairs are much more difficult than previous models, requiring complete disassembly of the phone.
  • To service any component, you'll have to painstakingly un-glue (and later re-glue) the glass rear panel.
  • The only screws are standard T3 Torx fasteners.

4

Google Pixel 3 XL
  • Display repairs are much more difficult than previous models, requiring complete disassembly of the phone.
  • To service any component, you'll have to painstakingly un-glue (and later re-glue) the glass rear panel.
  • The only screws are standard T3 Torx fasteners.

4

iPhone XS
  • Critical display and battery repairs remain a priority in the iPhone's design.
  • A broken display can be replaced without removing the biometric Face ID hardware.
  • Glass on front and back doubles the likelihood of drop damage—and if the back glass breaks, you'll be removing every component and replacing the entire chassis.

6

LG G7 ThinQ
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on both makes it tough to access the internals for any repair.
  • Screen repair, the most common type repair, is not prioritized, requiring an almost complete disassembly while battling tough adhesive.
  • Lots of components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

  • Display replacement, the most common repair, is not prioritized in the design and will take a lot of work.
  • Front and back glass means twice the risk of cracks—without even the benefit of wireless charging.
  • The battery can be accessed almost the moment you open the phone, and is only lightly adhered in place. Plus, there's a convenient pull tab.

5

Huawei P20 Pro
  • Double the risk for breakage with glass front and back.
  • Replacing the screen requires going through at least two layers of adhesive and some disassembly.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Samsung Galaxy S9
  • 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.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Samsung Galaxy S9+
  • 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.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Huawei Mate 10 Pro
  • A damaged front camera means switching the whole display including the frame, or damaging the display while trying to remove it.
  • And replacing the display—the most common repair—means taking out almost every component.
  • Despite the IP67-rated seals, the back cover is fairly easy to open.

4

Huawei Mate 9
  • Most of the components—like both camera units, the loudspeaker, and the USB board—can be replaced. Even the proximity sensor and the NFC antenna are modular.
  • Despite the annoying hexalobe screws, the Mate 9 comes with only a few standard Phillips screws on the inside.
  • Replacing a broken display, one of the most common repairs, will be one of the most difficult ones on this phablet.

6

iPhone X
  • Display and battery repairs remain a priority in the iPhone's design.
  • A cracked display can be replaced without removing the biometric Face ID hardware.
  • Fussy cables tie unrelated components together into complex assemblies—expensive and troublesome to replace.

6

Google Pixel 2 XL
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced once the display assembly is removed.
  • All of the screws are common Phillips #00 screws, and there are only 9 of them.
  • The battery's loss of pull-tab adhesive, plus tightly walled-in placement, makes it much harder to remove.

6

Google Pixel 2
  • Het voorpaneel is behoorlijk eenvoudig te verwijderen en te vervangen.
  • Er worden overal standaard schroeven gebruikt.
  • De positionering van de kabels maakt het verwijderen van de batterij moeilijker dan nodig.

6

iPhone 8 Plus
  • The display and battery are straightforward to access—with the proper knowledge and tools.
  • Wireless charging means less wear on the all-purpose Lightning port, a common point of failure.
  • Despite alleged durability, the back glass is breakable and next to impossible to replace when cracked.

6

iPhone 8
  • The two most commonly replaced components, display and battery, remain straightforward to access with the proper knowledge and tools.
  • The addition of wireless charging means less strain on your Lightning port, a common point of failure.
  • The durability of the glass back remains to be seen—but replacements are likely to be very difficult.

6

Samsung Galaxy Note8
  • All repairs require removing the glass rear panel, which is challenging due to the large amount of adhesive.
  • Replacing the display requires removing the glass rear panel and the display, both of which are fragile and secured with strong adhesive.
  • Many components, including all of those that experience wear, are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Essential Phone
  • The USB-C port is soldered to the motherboard, and with no headphone jack it'll be subject to extra wear.
  • Nearly invisible seams and copious adhesive means any attempt at repair is likely to inflict as much damage as it fixes.
  • Did we mention we had to freeze it?

1

Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on the rear glass makes it very difficult to gain entry into the device.
  • Because of the curved screen, replacing the front glass without destroying the display is probably impossible.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Motorola Moto Z (1st Generation)
  • Pull-tab on battery, easy to access once you have the device open.
  • Modular assembly allows independent replacement of many components
  • Charging port soldered to the motherboard means a common repair will be very expensive.

7

Vivo X7 Plus
  • Battery is fairly easily accessible and removable.
  • Parts could be more modular, especially mechanical/high wear components.
  • The single unit display assembly is annoying to reach, and will be a costly part.

7

Oppo R9m
  • Battery is fairly easily accessible and removable.
  • Most components are extremely modular making for cheaper repairs.
  • The opening procedure is extremely tough, clips are very stiff and likely to be broken.

7

Vivo X7
  • Battery is fairly easily accessible and removable.
  • Parts could be more modular, especially mechanical/high wear components.
  • The opening procedure is extremely tough, clips are very stiff and likely to be broken.

6

Xiaomi Mi 5
  • The motherboard and battery can be replaced independently and easily.
  • Most components are modular and can be replaced independently.
  • The display is difficult to replace, requiring complete disassembly and purchasing consumables.

6

Sony Xperia Z5 Compact
  • Modular design allows for replacement of many individual components.
  • Battery is fairly easy to access and remove, but requires removal of the delicate NFC antenna to replace.
  • Adhesive used throughout will need to be replaced during reassembly, and may never be as waterproof again.

6

Lenovo K5 Note
  • Battery is replaceable with just a couple of tools.
  • A single Phillips 00 driver takes care of all the screws.
  • Replacing the display assembly requires removing every other component from the device first.

6

Huawei Mate 8
  • Many components are modular and can be individually replaced.
  • Opening the phone requires only a Torx screwdriver and a prying tool (No adhesive holding it together).
  • A tamper evident sticker must be removed when disconnecting the battery.

6

Asus Zenfone 3 Max
  • Battery is easily accessible and removable.
  • Parts could be more modular, especially mechanical/high wear components.
  • The opening procedure is extremely tough, clips are stiff and likely to be broken, and the SIM slot bends easily.

6

LG G6
  • Front and back glass doubles the crackability, and strong adhesive on both makes it tough to begin any repair.
  • Components adhered to the back of a fused display assembly.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

5

OnePlus 5
  • There are no proprietary screws.
  • The OnePlus 5’s display is held on by easy to dispatch reusable plastic clips.
  • The display and glass are fused and the home button is integrated into the display assembly making repair of all three of these parts more complicated and expensive.

7

Samsung Galaxy S8
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on both makes it tough to access the internals for any repair.
  • Because of the curved screen, replacing the front glass without destroying the display is extremely difficult.
  • Lots of components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Reparatie
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on both makes it tough to access the internals for any repair.
  • Because of the curved screen, replacing the front glass without destroying the display is extremely difficult.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3
  • Despite no external screws, the rear case is fairly easy to remove.
  • Battery is easy to access and remove.
  • Display assembly is a single fused component, that requires disassembling the entire phone to replace.

8

Wiko Pulp 4G
  • Replacing the battery is easy as pie with the swappable back cover.
  • This phone doesn't use excessive glue nor proprietary screws—we found only Phillips throughout the entirety.
  • Unfortunately, the components on the daughterboard are soldered on, making a repair on an individual component difficult.

7

Shift 5.1
  • Cover and battery are easy to remove and can be swapped without using tools.
  • No excessive glue and no proprietary screws are used, only Phillips #000.
  • Lots of components and connectors are soldered to the motherboard. They could be soldered by hand if needed but this makes repairs more difficult.

6

Meizu MX6
  • The display assembly is the first component out, simplifying screen repairs.
  • Modular components with spring contacts, large screws, and thoughtful cabling all make repair cheaper and easier.
  • The MX6 uses Pentalobe security screws on the exterior, requiring a specialty screwdriver to open the phone before any repair.

7

Google Pixel XL
  • Many components are modular and can easily be replaced once the display assembly is removed.
  • The battery has a removal tab and is adhered by a modest amount of adhesive, making its removal painless.
  • The opening procedure requires prying up a thin, poorly-supported display assembly making it difficult to open the phone without damage.

7

Google Pixel
  • De batterij is vastgezet met verwijderbare lijmplaten, waardoor de vervanging eenvoudig wordt.
  • Veel componenten zijn modulair en kunnen onafhankelijk van elkaar worden vervangen.
  • Het versmolten scherm is erg dun en wordt niet ondersteund, en moet worden verwijderd voor toegang tot de andere componenten.

7

iPhone 7
  • The battery is straightforward to access. Removing it requires specialty screwdrivers and knowledge of the adhesive removal technique, but is not difficult.
  • The solid state home button eliminates a common point of failure.
  • With the addition of tri-point screws, many iPhone 7 repairs will require up to four different types of drivers.

7

iPhone 7 Plus
  • The battery is straightforward to access. Removing it requires specialty screwdrivers and knowledge of the adhesive removal technique, but is not difficult.
  • The solid state home button eliminates a common point of failure.
  • With the addition of tri-point screws, many iPhone 7 Plus repairs will require up to four different types of drivers.

7

Samsung Galaxy Note7
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on the rear glass makes it very difficult to gain entry into the device.
  • Because of the curved screen, replacing the front glass without destroying the display is probably impossible.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Huawei P9
  • Modular components with spring contacts, thoughtful cabling, and minimal adhesive all make repair cheaper and easier.
  • The battery is straightforward to access. Removing it requires knowledge of the adhesive removal technique, but is not difficult.
  • The display assembly is a fused unit, and replacement requires near complete disassembly of the phone.

7

LG G5
  • The user-removable, slide-out battery is a huge boon to phone lifespan.
  • No glue and few screws make for a relatively simple opening procedure.
  • The fused display assembly will need to be replaced if the LCD or glass breaks, increasing costs.

8

iPhone SE
  • The display assembly is the first component out of the phone, simplifying screen replacements.
  • The battery is fairly easy to access, even though it's not technically "user replaceable."
  • The Touch ID cable could be easily ripped out of its socket if a user is not careful when opening the phone.

6

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
  • The display needs to be removed (and likely destroyed) if you want to replace the USB port.
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on the rear glass makes it very difficult to gain entry into the device.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

3

Samsung Galaxy S7
  • The display needs to be removed (and likely destroyed) if you want to replace the USB port.
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on the rear glass makes it very difficult to gain entry into the device.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

3

Fairphone 2
  • The most commonly failing components, battery and display, can be replaced without tools.
  • Internal modules are secured with Phillips #0 screws and simple spring connectors.
  • Individual modules can be opened, and many components can be individually replaced.

10

Nexus 6P
  • It's very difficult—although not impossible—to open the device without damaging the glass camera cover. Because of the unibody design, this makes every component extremely difficult to replace.
  • The display assembly cannot be replaced without tunneling through the entire phone. This makes one of the most common repairs, a damaged screen, difficult to accomplish.
  • Tough adhesive holds the rear cover panels and battery in place.

2

Nexus 5X
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.
  • Standard Phillips screws means a driver is easy to find.
  • Fused display assembly—glass and LCD will need to be replaced together if one or the other breaks.

7

iPhone 6s Plus
  • The display assembly continues to be the first component out, simplifying screen repairs.
  • The battery is straightforward to access. Removing it requires a proprietary Pentalobe screwdriver and knowledge of the adhesive removal technique, but is not difficult.
  • The iPhone 6s Plus still uses proprietary Pentalobe screws on the exterior, requiring a specialty screwdriver to remove.

7

iPhone 6s
  • The display assembly continues to be the first component out, simplifying screen repairs.
  • The battery is straightforward to access. Removing it requires a proprietary pentalobe screwdriver and knowledge of the adhesive removal technique, but is not difficult.
  • The iPhone 6s still uses proprietary Pentalobe screws on the exterior, requiring a specialty screwdriver to remove.

7

OnePlus 2
  • A single (non-proprietary) screw head decreases cost of tools for repairs.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.
  • The LCD and digitizer glass are fused together and must be replaced as a single part; heat is required to remove it from the midframe.

7

LG G4
  • Rear panel and battery can be removed with no tools.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.
  • Fused display assembly—glass and LCD will need to be replaced together if one or the other breaks.

8

Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on the rear glass makes it very difficult to gain entry into the device.
  • Replacing the glass without destroying the display is probably impossible.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

4

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
  • Front and back glass make for double the crackability, and strong adhesive on the rear glass makes it very difficult to gain entry into the device.
  • The battery is very tightly adhered to the back of the display, and buried beneath the midframe and motherboard.
  • Many components are modular and can be replaced independently.

3

HTC One M9
  • The battery is buried beneath the motherboard and adhered to the midframe, hindering its replacement.
  • The display assembly cannot be replaced without tunneling through the entire phone. This makes one of most common repairs—a damaged screen—very difficult to accomplish.
  • Intense adhesives make many components difficult, and even dangerous, to remove and replace.

2

Nexus 6
  • Pressure contacts and cable connectors make the modular components (cameras, buttons, headphone jack) easy to replace.
  • The Nexus 6 uses a single kind of screw, although it's a fairly uncommon size (T3).
  • Several components (vibrator, SIM slot, speaker, USB port) are soldered directly to the motherboard and will be more difficult to replace than if they were connected by cable.

7

Samsung Galaxy Alpha
  • The display assembly is held in with a significant amount of adhesive and requires very careful prying and a considerable amount of heat to remove without cracking the thin glass or cutting cables.
  • Replacing anything other than the battery requires first removing the display, risking extra damage on the way to a repair.
  • The battery is incredibly easy to remove and replace.

5

iPhone 6
  • Er is een voortzetting van de trend van de iPhone 5-serie, het beeldscherm komt als eerste uit de telefoon, wat het schermreparaties een stuk eenvoudiger maakt.
  • De toegang tot de batterij is eenvoudig. Het verwijderen vereist een eigen Pentalobe schroevendraaier en wat kennis van hoe je lijm verwijdert, maar dit is al bij al niet moeilijk.
  • De iPhone maakt nog steeds gebruik van eigen Pentalobe schroeven aan de buitenkant, waarvoor men een speciale schroevendraaier nodig heeft om die te verwijderen.

7

iPhone 6 Plus
  • Er is een voortzetting van de trend van de iPhone 5-serie, het beeldscherm komt als eerste uit de telefoon, wat het schermreparaties een stuk eenvoudiger maakt.
  • De toegang tot de batterij is eenvoudig. Het verwijderen vereist een eigen Pentalobe schroevendraaier en wat kennis van hoe je lijm verwijdert, maar dit is al bij al niet moeilijk.
  • De iPhone maakt nog steeds gebruik van eigen Pentalobe schroeven aan de buitenkant, waarvoor men een speciale schroevendraaier nodig heeft om die te verwijderen.

7

Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini
  • Replacing anything other than the battery requires first removing the display, risking extra damage on the way to a repair.
  • The display is now one of the first components out, making its replacement a little faster. However, it is held in with a significant amount of adhesive and requires very careful and persistent prying, as well as a considerable amount of heat to remove without cracking the glass or cutting cables.
  • The battery is incredibly easy to remove and replace.

5

Amazon Fire Phone
  • Tons of cables and connectors make disassembly tedious and reassembly difficult.
  • The four Dynamic Perspective cameras are encased in glue. Replacement will mean heat and cutting.
  • External, non-proprietary screws means no adhesive holding the device together, and an easier time getting in.

3

OnePlus One
  • With its connector trapped under a plastic panel and several screws, the battery is more of a chore to replace than necessary.
  • The LCD and digitizer glass are fused together and must be replaced as a single part, and they require heat to remove from the midframe.
  • No proprietary screws and only one screw head type decreases cost of tools for repairs.

5

Samsung Galaxy S5
  • Replacing anything other than the battery requires first removing the display, risking extra damage on the way to a repair.
  • The display is now one of the first components out, making replacements a little faster. However, it is held in with a significant amount of adhesive and requires very careful and persistent prying and a considerable amount of heat to remove without cracking the glass or cutting cables.
  • The battery is incredibly easy to remove and replace.

5

Fairphone 1
  • The battery can be replaced without any tools.
  • It's very easy to open and access the internal components.
  • Several smaller components are soldered to the motherboard, increasing repair difficulty (front-facing camera, vibrator motor, LED flash, and headphone jack).

7

HTC One M8
  • It's very difficult—although no longer impossible—to open the device without damaging the rear case. This makes every component extremely difficult to replace.
  • The battery is buried beneath the motherboard and adhered to the midframe, hindering its replacement.
  • The display assembly cannot be replaced without tunneling through the entire phone. This makes one of most common repairs, a damaged screen, very difficult to accomplish.

2

Nexus 5
  • Very modular design allows independent replacement of several wear-prone components—like the headphone jack and speakers.
  • Only very mild adhesive holds the battery in place, making it fairly easy to safely remove and replace.
  • The glass and LCD are fused to the display frame. Fixing broken glass will be either expensive or very difficult.

8

iPhone 5c
  • Just like in the iPhone 5, the display assembly is the first component out of the phone, simplifying screen replacements.
  • The battery is still fairly easy to access, even though it's not technically "user replaceable."
  • Adhesive on the antenna connectors hinder disassembly.

6

iPhone 5s
  • Just like in the iPhone 5, the display assembly is the first component out of the phone, simplifying screen replacements.
  • The battery is still fairly easy to access, even though it's not technically "user replaceable."
  • The fingerprint sensor cable could be easily ripped out of its socket if a user is not careful while opening the phone.

6

Motorola Moto X 1st Generation
  • Pressure contacts and cable connectors make the modular components (cameras, buttons, headphone jack and speakers) easy to replace.
  • The Moto X uses a single kind of screw, although it's a fairly uncommon size (T3).
  • Sticky adhesive on the back cover is annoying and will slow opening the phone.

7

Samsung Galaxy S4
  • The battery can be replaced in seconds, without any tools.
  • Very easy to open and access internal components.
  • The glass is fused to both the display and the display frame, increasing repair costs.

8

HTC One (M7)
  • Very, very difficult (possibly impossible?) to open the device without damaging the rear case. This makes every component extremely difficult to replace.
  • The battery is buried beneath the motherboard and adhered to the midframe, hindering its replacement.
  • The display assembly cannot be replaced without removing the rear case—this will make the most common repair, a damaged screen, nearly impossible.

1

BlackBerry Z10
  • The battery can be replaced without any tools.
  • Motherboard and display come out with little difficulty and are held in place with little adhesive.
  • Smaller components (headphone jack, camera) are modular and can be replaced individually, but have somewhat strong adhesive holding them in place.

8

Nexus 4
  • Removing the back cover requires nothing more than a common screwdriver, a plastic opening tool, and some patience.
  • The entire device only contains four different length screws—all common screw types—for a total of only 15 screws.
  • The battery is stuck to the frame with a lot of adhesive, so removing it without puncturing the battery can be difficult.

7

Samsung Galaxy Note II
  • Batterij is eenvoudig te vervangen.
  • Erg eenvoudig te openen voor toegang tot interne componenten.
  • Onderdelen gemonteerd op de achterkant van een versmolten scherm.

8

iPhone 5
  • We're quite happy that the glass/display is the first thing that comes off the iPhone 5. The majority of iPhone repairs are due to a shattered front glass.
  • The battery comes out with a bit of prying once the front panel is removed.
  • The iPhone 5 still uses Pentalobe screws on the exterior, making it more difficult to open the device.

7

Samsung Galaxy S III
  • The battery can be replaced without any tools.
  • Very easy to open and access internal components.
  • The glass is fused to both the display and the display frame, increasing repair costs.

8

Motorola Droid 4
  • Keyboard contacts are located on the motherboard, making keyboard replacement costly and difficult.
  • Tons of glue adheres the glue that is securing the glue to the glue that holds the phone together.
  • The lack of security or proprietary screws is a welcome sight.

4

Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  • Battery replacement is incredibly simple thanks to the removable rear panel.
  • Minimal adhesive makes removal of the motherboard and other components a snap.
  • Removing the rear case to access the motherboard and other internals requires a lot of careful prying and guitar-picking.

7

Motorola Droid RAZR
  • The front panel is adhered to the AMOLED display, so they must be replaced as one expensive unit.
  • All plastic frames and casing proved to be incredibly tedious to remove, and felt like they would break at any moment.
  • Once the battery and motherboard are within reach, replacement is easy—no soldering required.

4

iPhone 4S
  • The iPhone 4S is still held together primarily with screws and limited adhesive.
  • The rear panel and battery are both easy to remove and replace (provided you have the correct screwdriver).
  • Apple is again using Pentalobe screws to secure the rear panel and keep people out

6

Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Batterij is eenvoudig te vervangen.
  • Erg eenvoudig te openen voor toegang tot interne componenten.
  • Onderdelen gemonteerd op de achterkant van een versmolten scherm.

8

Motorola Droid Bionic
  • No tools are necessary for changing the SIM and microSD cards.
  • The battery can be removed in seconds.
  • The phone is held together with a limited number of screws and plastic clips. Adhesive is minimally used in its construction.

9

Motorola Droid 3
  • There were no security screws in the entire device.
  • The battery was not soldered to anything and was easy to replace.
  • There is a lot of adhesive holding things together, making disassembly and reassembly difficult.

6

Samsung Galaxy S II
  • Batterij is eenvoudig te vervangen.
  • Erg eenvoudig te openen voor toegang tot interne componenten.
  • Onderdelen gemonteerd op de achterkant van een versmolten scherm.

8

Samsung Galaxy S 4G
  • Removing the rear panel to replace the microSD/SIM cards and the battery requires no tools.
  • Attaching components like the headphone jack to separate cables makes their replacement less costly than replacing the entire motherboard.
  • The front panel is adhered to the AMOLED display, so they must be replaced as one expensive unit.

6

Motorola Atrix 4G
  • The LCD is separable from the glass front panel, making them independently replaceable.
  • The phone is held together with a limited number of screws and plastic clips. Adhesive is minimally used in its construction.
  • The battery can be removed in seconds.

9

iPhone 4 CDMA
  • The iPhone 4 is held together primarily with [lots of] screws, sans tabs, and limited adhesive.
  • The rear panel and battery are both easy to remove and replace (provided you have the right screwdriver).
  • Apple is using Pentalobe screws to secure the rear panel and keep people out.

6

HTC Surround
  • Unable to access the internal MicroSDHC card without voiding the warranty.
  • It is very difficult to access the front panel and LCD for replacement.
  • Relatively easy to remove the rear case to replace the battery.

5

Samsung Nexus S
  • Battery is very easily replaceable -- just remove the back cover to swap it out.
  • The motherboard comes out easily once you're inside, as it's held in place by regular screws and connectors.
  • Front panel is attached with adhesive instead of screws, so it's harder to take off than on the iPhone.

7

Nokia N8
  • The battery, although considered by Nokia not to be user-serviceable, can be easily removed.
  • The AMOLED display easily comes apart from the glass, which means that you can replace the glass and the display independently.
  • Removing the cameras is near-impossible, and requires tedious, potentially detrimental steps.

8

iPhone 3G
  • LCD and front glass are not fused and can be replaced individually.
  • Standard Phillips screws used throughout.
  • Battery is buried under the logic board, making it difficult to replace.

7

iPhone 1st Generation
  • Hidden clips make it nearly impossible to open rear case without damaging it.
  • Soldered battery is very difficult to replace.
  • Standard Phillips screws used throughout.

2

iPhone 3GS
  • LCD and front glass are not fused and can be replaced individually.
  • Standard Phillips screws used throughout.
  • Battery is buried under the logic board, making it difficult to replace.

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