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Galaxy Note 8 teardown: At least it’s better than the Essential phone

It's a long and storied tradition: new gadget hits the market, and iFixit immediately destroys it with a selection of screwdrivers and guitar picks. In the process, we learn all about what's inside a new phone, how hard it is to take apart, and to what degree you're screwed if you shatter the front panel. iFixit lost no time digging into the Note 8. As usual with most modern flagship phones, the Note 8 opens by heating the glue that holds the front panel in place, then using a series of tiny plastic pry chips to gently ease it open.
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