Nokia 3310 gets the teardown treatment

June 26th, 2017   decode   Android 7.1

Several days ago we saw a durability test of the Nokia 3310 (2017). A follow-up with a teardown of the featurephone reveals that the device can be disassembled in seconds.

The device is held together mostly by plastic and metal clips. After removing the battery cover and the power cell itself, just six screws are holding together the back panel to the motherboard. Unscrewing them takes seconds and from then on it is just LEGO for tech geeks.

The mainboard is one piece, and everything is soldered together. If you damage your 3.5 mm jack or microUSB, you’ll have to change the whole…

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