If you're curious just how the three Huawei P20 Pro rear-facing cameras were squeezed in a relatively compact footprint, iFixit offers its typical look under the phone's hood.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ are just as hard to repair as their predecessors, using some super-advanced tech to gain dual aperture tricks, but housing no new AR Emoji-enabling hardware.
Just as expected, the new glass back and all-screen design make the iPhone X a very high risk for massive damage after a single hard drop.
Not exactly a DIY nightmare, Google's Pixel 2 XL is slightly harder to repair than its predecessor, but also much more innovative in key areas.
It's hard but not impossible to repair the iPhone 8 at home. But it's pretty much impossible to bend it and it's not easy to scratch either.
It's probably not a good idea to tear down and try to repair the hot new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the event of anything other than catastrophic damage.
Despite lacking a repairability score, this comprehensive OnePlus 5 teardown is far from encouraging for occasional smartphone handymen.
At least at a first glance, Samsung hasn't done much to ensure Galaxy Note 7's battery woes will not see a repeat on the Galaxy S8 or S8+.
Just how similar are Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 and S7 Edge deep down? Very, this teardown confirms, also shedding light on the former's sub-par repairability.