It's been just over a month since the LG G4 got launched and it has found itself taken apart. This time however it's the guys over at MyDrivers who have done the deed instead of our usual suspects over at iFixit.
Once the first cut is made - removing the back panel, battery, and twisting off a set of screws - the LG G4 exposes itself as one of the simplest top-shelf smartphones to repair. With the bulk of its Android portfolio, LG has always been about more simplicity rather than flashy design, which the LG G4 shows once again.
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Also you might want to note that the LG G4 is the only new flagship out there to have a microSD slot and a removable battery.
The phone's motherboard is laid out clearly and is a bundle of neatly stacked components with no excessively messy wiring, copper shielding or adhesive in the way.
In fact, it's hard to imagine the LG G4 being any smaller than it is, seeing how many electronic components are snugly fit inside. LG knew what it was doing, as there's no messy wiring, excess adhesive or copper shielding in sight here - just solid engineering work.
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So if your LG G4 gets damaged and needs a fix, it should be pretty easy to get it repaired and it shouldn't cost as much just to peel the device open though the components could still cost quite a bit.