In pictures: Inside Samsung's Galaxy Note8
If you're thinking of dissembling your Samsung Galaxy Note8, don't!
A teardown by iFixit shows that a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 can be dissembled in 10 quick steps, but putting it back together proves more challenging. To save you from taking apart your phone, take a look at the Note8 insides here. iFixit shows that Samsung moved away from its traditional component layout, but the new design is difficult to repair. Most of the components found within the Galaxy Note8 are modular and can be replaced independently, revealed iFixit. After the Note7 fiasco, Samsung placed the battery in the centre of the Note8 and also moved the vibration motor to the bottom-right to provide the cell with extra space, in case it heats up and expands. The 3,300mAh battery has been subjected to an extensive eight-point Battery Safety Check, and has also been tested by Underwriters Laboratories. iFixit shows the motherboard, along with the Note8’s four cameras. iFixit assigned the Galaxy Note8 a repairability score of four out of ten.