As far as flagships go, Samsung may have the upper hand in the market these days with the Samsung Galaxy S7 – but just don’t break anything on the inside. The teardown specialists at iFixit have given Samsung consistently low
Barely a week after we showed you the Samsung Galaxy S7 teardown made by specialists iFixit, the outfit is at it again – this time showing a teardown treatment of the S7’s edgier cousin. The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge – if the
A teardown isn't valid unless it is done by iFixit. That's just us but we believe in the expertise of the guys there who really know what they are doing tearing apart a premium flagship smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S7.
The ZTE Axon is one of the China-based outfit’s higher-end entries into the 2015 smartphone market. The Axon was launched in China, and then brought over to the US, as ZTE usually does. If you own a ZTE Axon, iFixit’s
A gadget teardown is an important process because it allows geeks and experts to see what's inside the device. It may be heartbreaking for some but it's needed for those in the mobile industry who wants to review a certain model.
If you’re a hardcore Android person, you will have heard of the Fairphone 2. Otherwise, we need to remind you that the Fairphone 2 is the idea of a Dutch startup – a modular phone much earlier available than Google’s
The community of teardown techs at iFixit are a boon to the mobile device industry, making repairs that much easier. This time they publish a teardown of Sony’s newest flagship, the Sony Xperia Z5. It’s worth mentioning that
The teardown specialists at iFixit have given Huawei’s Nexus 6P the usual teardown it gives to popular smartphone models and the verdict is in for the new Google flagship – don’t break anything inside it. Unlike the smaller
A lot has changed in a couple of years since the last time Google peddled a 5-inch phone made by LG called the Nexus 5. Now we see a great refresh of that great smartphone in the Google Nexus 5X, still made by the same Korean
If it’s a popular consumer gadget and you want to take a look at what’s inside, trust the guys over at iFixit to give it a teardown treatment worthy of the name. As Google has recently released their new and updated hockey