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  1. Watch the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro get disassembled on video Yesterday Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi introduced its flagship lineup for 2021, namely the Redmi K40, K40 Pro, and K40 Pro+. While the launch was China-only, rumor has it at least one of these will be available globally under the Poco brand. It's only been around 24 hours after the launch, but someone in China has already managed to disassemble the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro, and here's the video proof of that. Note that the audio is Chinese, unsurprisingly, but even if you don't understand the language the shots of the i
  2. Xiaomi Proves That The Mi 11 Is Rather Easy To Repair The Xiaomi Mi 11 is rather easy to repair, it seems. Xiaomi has uploaded a new video to its YouTube channel. In it, the company’s employee disassembles the device, in order to show everyone that it’s not difficult to do. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is not difficult to repair, the company shows us in a video Do note that this video has been edited, though. It has been edited to make everything feel smooth, and to make it a bit shorter. Still, based on what we can see here, Xiaomi has been smart while assembling the dev
  3. iFixit teardown shows the Samsung Galaxy S21 is easier to repair than the S20, still not perfect iFixit took apart a Samsung Galaxy S21 and gave it a repairability rating of 4 out of 10. While the S20 never got an official rating from iFixit, this year’s flagship is clearly easier to repair. Check out the video below for a look at the critical areas. Long story short, the plastic back is easier to remove than a glass panel (you don’t have to worry about cracking it). The flat display is easier to remove as well, it also helps that display cable is now detac
  4. Galaxy S21 Ultra teardown shows that it’s not as hard to repair as you thought After the first teardown of the entry-level model in the series, the first video dismantling the Galaxy S21 Ultra has dropped showcasing just how difficult it is to repair. YouTuber and teardown expert PBKreviews has taken the European Exynos 2100 Galaxy S21 Ultra to task, and allowed us to gaze upon its shiny innards. As you’d expect, it’s hard to repair, but not quite as hard as some of the other flagship devices. The core differences here will be the lack of mmWave
  5. Samsung Galaxy S21 gets the teardown treatment ahead of release Samsung's Galaxy S21 series is scheduled to go on sale across the world later this month. Before that though, the first teardown of Samsung's flagship phone of 2021 has hit the internet. More specifically, the cheapest trio of the Galaxy S21 series -- the Galaxy S21 5G -- has been given the teardown treatment revealing its internals. Unlike the Galaxy S21 Plus and the Ultra, the regular S21 variant features a plastic back. However, the removal process for the back remains the same --
  6. A teardown of the new Mac mini has surfaced on the forum eGPU.io (via Reddit), providing us with a real-world look at Apple's new M1 chip, which is soldered onto a much smaller logic board than the one found in the 2018 model of the computer The M1 is the silver chip labeled with APL1102, housing the 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine, I/O controllers, and more all in one. The unified system memory is also visible on the right side of the chip, and takes up far less space than the standalone RAM modules used in the previous Mac mini, contributing to the s
  7. iFixit found Microsoft's chunky next-gen console is designed to be cool and quiet. iFixit revealed all of the Xbox Series X parts. The Xbox Series X and Series S came out Tuesday, and iFixit wasted no time in opening up the more expensive Series X. The repair site's teardown revealed that Microsoft included plenty of parts to keep the next-gen console cool, including a sizable fan, a heat sink and thermal paste. It found that the console's modular design should make the fan, power supply unit and wireless board easy to replace. However, the
  8. At least Apple will recycle them iFixit has completed its traditional teardown of Apple’s latest AirPods and, just as Apple promised, it’s bad news for repairs. The organization awarded the noise-canceling buds a big fat zero repairability score, noting that their “non-modular, glued-together design and lack of replacement parts makes repair both impractical and uneconomical.” That’s the same score as both versions of the original AirPods. This means that once the battery in your $249 AirPods Pro degrades and eventually dies, there’s no chance of rep
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