Samsung Galaxy S10+ teardown: this is what is hidden under the shell

Samsung Galaxy S10

As happens with the launch of every highly anticipated smartphone, even for the models of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, a few days after their presentation, it has touched to be torn apart to find out what is hidden under the shell.

Usually disassembly videos allow you to find out what stratagems the manufacturer has used to concentrate all the technology that are equipped with its devices in the smallest possible space.

Let’s start from the Samsung Galaxy S10+ :

The good news is that the screen and the back plate both attach to the mid-frame so you can easily change the screen without the need of a full disassembly. That’s at least what we could gather from the first video.

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Let’s move on to the Galaxy S10 :

It appears that Samsung has applied a thick thermal paste and some sort of heat sink along with the advertised copper vapor chamber.

We conclude with the Samsung Galaxy S10e :

The ultrasonic fingerprint reader appears to be quite small and thin. unlike the optical sensors found on most phones.

Recall that the three new smartphones of the Korean giant are already available in pre-order and their debut is scheduled for Friday, March 8.

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