The Galaxy S20 Ultra is an impressive engineering marvel, and Samsung has managed to cram in a massive screen, huge camera sensors, the best connectivity features, and a massive 5000mAh battery inside a thin package. Now, iFixit has posted a teardown of the smartphone, offering us a detailed look at the phone’s internal parts and their assembly.First and foremost, the phone’s glass and metal design are held together by glue, so one would require a heat gun to remove the back. The phone’s wireless charging coil can be seen on top of its truly massive, 5000mAh battery. Samsung has used only one type of Phillips screws inside the phone, which makes things a bit easier. After removing the charging coil, antennas, and speakers of the phone, the mainboard can be seen featuring camera sensors, mmWave hardware, and other essential parts of the phone.
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