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Sony Xperia Z4 gets the teardown treatment

There are a lot of things you can say about how Sony did its marketing and sales of its newest flagship – the Sony Xperia Z4, or the Xperia Z3+, or the Xperia Z4v, or however you want to call it. There wasn’t a lot of departure design-wise from its predecessor, the Sony Xperia Z3, but a proper teardown will probably show us what the differences are. Fortunately for us, the guys at witrigs.com had the resources to do that for everybody.

Xiaomi does own teardown for its Mi 4i for Indian market

Usually, we see teardowns on new devices done by so-called "teardown experts" but sometimes, the best people to do that are the ones who actually know or worked on the device. Xiaomi has done exactly that, giving former Google executive and current Xiaomi Vice President of International Hugo Barra the task of doing the teardown for their new "value for money" device, the Mi 4i. He shows us what is inside the smartphone that has been created as an affordable semi-flagship, appealing specifically to the Indian market.

LG G4 teardown by iFixit now available

We've only been waiting for iFixit's teardown of the LG G4 and now that it's finally here, we're delighted to share the photos and findings with you. As we all know, battery replacement won't be a problem with LG's latest flagship phone because it is user-replaceable. As usual, the teardown provides more details plus X-rays view of several parts. For those thinking of getting the new G4, this teardown will help you in making a decision.

LG Watch Urbane gets iFixit teardown, relatively easy repair

The iFixit team has put LG’s top-of-the-line Android Wear smartwatch – the LG Watch Urbane – squarely in its sights for a teardown treatment. Smartwatches are generally more prone to issues and breaks than smartphones, given the watches’ proximity to bodily movement. The teardown would most likely show if the LG Watch Urbane would at least be easy to repair, if needed.

iFixit’s Samsung Galaxy S6 teardown is up, battery replacement still sucks

We don’t know when MyFixGuide’s teardown of the Samsung Galaxy S6 would come back online, or if it would ever again, but we were pretty confident that IFIXIT would come out with their own teardown guide sooner or later. That day has finally arrived, and it just confirms what we already know about Samsung’s newest flagship – battery replacement for this baby will be a pain in the back.

Samsung Galaxy S6 teardown confirms difficult battery replacement

You can’t say that Samsung’s new baby, the Galaxy S6, is not at all purrrty – because it is all that. But as with the iPhone, this unibody non-removable battery design is getting everybody all worked up. Will it be easy to repair or replace a part? How difficult will it be to open up and replace the battery? Well, we have answers for you via this teardown done by the guys at MyFixGuide.
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