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iFixit’s Galaxy Note 8 teardown shows how jam-packed with tech it is

 

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is making its way out into the world, and iFixit has done its customary teardown to answer two key questions: what’s actually inside the Note 8, and how repairable is Samsung’s newest flagship? Unsurprisingly, the answers to those questions are “lots of techy stuff” and “almost impossible,” respectively. (That’s pretty much the case with any modern smartphone.) Those two things actually go hand in hand. Today’s smartphones aren’t really designed to be taken apart or repaired, because the mind-boggling amount of technology that companies are squeezing into ever-thinner and smaller packages has more or less seen to the fact that there’s simply no room left to allow for easily replaceable components. And for……

 

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