Samsung Does Their Own Galaxy S7 Teardown

Posted: Mar 9 2016, 9:04am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Samsung Does Their Own Galaxy S7 Teardown

Samsung released a detailed teardown of its new Galaxy S7.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 has already been opened by the repair guys at iFixit yesterday revealing that the new Galaxy is harder to repair. Today, Samsung released their own Galaxy S7 teardown with detailed photos and explanations of the modules that make up the new Galaxy S7.

Samsung's own teardown does not make any comments about the repairability.

The company hypes the design of each module including the cooling system. In order to ensure the Galaxy S7 can handle high processing loads, for example, from really graphics-intensive games, the new Galaxy have added a cooling system, with a very thin thermal spreader.

Galaxy S7 Teardown

Other modules described include NFC, MFT, Wireless IC, HRM sensor, microSD card slot, UFS memory, 5MP front camera, 12MP Dual Pixel sensor, battery and Quad HD Super AMOLED display.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 teardown reveals that a special type of water protective tape has been added to the back of the front and rear glass of the phone’s casing to achieve IP68 water and dust resistance.

See the images of the Galaxy S7 teardown on

The Samsung Galaxy S7 ships officially on March 11. Some customers have already received their Galaxy S7 early.

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