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They dismantled the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, which got more cooling than the Galaxy S23

They dismantled the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE, which got more cooling than the Galaxy S23

The recently debuted Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has also arrived PBK Reviews To the owner of a YouTube channel known for his disassembly and stress testing videos. The technician didn’t speculate much, he tried out the new affordable Samsung flagship phone and recorded its repairability.

Disassembling the smartphone begins with heating the glue that secures the back glass. If you remember, EU officials want to remove this solution from circulation. Once the back is removed, we can take a look at the internal components, which are located under all sorts of protective covers and are held in place by screws. When the device is taken apart, it looks exactly like the Galaxy S23.

Battery replacement is facilitated by a retractable tab, meaning removing a tired or faulty battery is a much simpler task. One notable component inside the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is the vapor chamber cooler, which appears to be larger than the one we’ve seen under the hood of the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+. Overall, the smartphone received a very good repairability score, and the videographer rated the device at 8.5/10.

source: PBK Reviews

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