Now the experts from iFixit have taken the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic apart. The aim is to show how good or bad the two new Samsung watches can be repaired in the event of an accident.
The iFixit teardowns are always exciting, as you get a professional insight into the inner workings of the respective devices. Sometimes an easy matter, but sometimes a tug of your hair. With the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic, however, it is quite easy.
Thanks to the IP68 certification and the built-in rubber seal, only a few screws need to be loosened. Samsung does not use the adhesive here, so that the way inside is more than easy. Not even the battery is particularly tightly glued.
With the display, on the other hand, things get tricky. This is because these are not that easy to solve. Even iFixit couldn't make it without the Galaxy Watch 4's display cracking.
iFixit confirms that the two smartwatches are easy to repair. You give 7 out of a possible 10 points, a really good value. There are significantly worse ratings.
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