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In the “stuffing” Nokia 8 I came across an interesting detail

В «начинке» Nokia 8 наткнулись на интересную детальOpening a shared well-known blogger.

Popular technologer Zach Nielson, founder and host of the YouTube channel jerryrigeverything once considered the flagship smartphone Nokia 8 from the inside to understand all of the components, to find flaws in the Assembly of a smartphone and share knowledge with subscribers.

However, all these tasks are left to second place when the enthusiast has opened the case and found inside a very unexpected element.

Of components first catches the eye is the frame that separates the display module and the motherboard. To it is attached the battery 3 090 mAh.

This structure facilitates repair, even when you try to separate the battery Nelson found, it may cause damage to the battery or frame because of the abundant amount of very tenacious glue. Under the battery was discovered a huge heat sink copper tube — the largest of those that the blogger has seen in smartphones. It extends along the entire length of the frame.

For unknown reasons, thermal grease is not under, and close to the tube, much less effectively than with direct contact of the tube and paste. Probably it is intended to cool the battery during rapid charging and CPU under extreme load.

Despite the apparent ease of repair Nokia 8, the process of disassembly took quite a lot of time. Nelson had to remove over 20 screws before the smartphone was disassembled into components, and fasteners vary in size, and some of them impossible to remove with standard tools.

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Blogger does not put an assessment of maintainability Nokia 8, so we are waiting when this option smartphone will be evaluated by a professional team of repairmen iFixit.

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