How Easily the Samsung Galaxy S21 Is Repaired (Video)


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A YouTube channel called PBKRreviews disassembles its flagship Galaxy S21 on samsung’s flower nose. The procedures revealed how easily this smartphone could be repaired.

South Korean tech giant Samsung announced its newest products at a Galaxy Unpacked event on January 14. Products announced by the company included the 2021 flagships Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra, as well as the Galaxy Buds Pro headset and the lost finder device called the Galaxy SmartTag. Now, on January 15, it was revealed that there has been a remarkable development regarding the Galaxy S21.


When a new smartphone is launched, there are some YouTube channels that open the door to these devices. IFixit, even the most familiar channel in this area, is planning how good it is in terms of repairability after you open the phones. Here the Galaxy S21 has also been unveiled, revealing how this phone is repairable. However, the video, which was shared on January 15th, was not prepared by iFixit, but by the channel PBKRreviews. How the phone was seized and disassemdged as announced has not been announced at this time.

How Easily the Samsung Galaxy S21 Is Repaired Video
How Easily the Samsung Galaxy S21 Is Repaired (Video)

When we look at the shared video, we see that Samsung has designed the Galaxy S21 in a tedy way. This betters the process of a mechanic picking up the phone and fixing it. In addition, Samsung chose to break down the electronic circuits it uses on this phone into small pieces. This makes it easier to change parts of the device. On the other hand, for a part that needs to change in such a situation, the motherboard is prevented from taking out garbage.

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PBKRreviews shows the Galaxy S21 family that it can be easily dismantled and repaired. But Samsung is giving the new flagship phone an unprecedented challenge for the battery. Because the video crew is applying intense power to disassemble the battery. In fact, while this is advantageous, it seems that mechanics who do not know work can damage the screen of the phone due to this hard gluing.

Here’s that video of the Galaxy S21 in pieces


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