The iFixit team have got their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and have carefully taken the smartphone apart to reveal just what kind of dark magic is contained inside. Since it's not recommended for consumers to take apart their handsets, this proves to be a unique insight into just how Samsung manages to pack together all the components inside the sleek and thin chassis.
The highlight of this particular teardown is of course the massive 3600mAh battery, which is considerably more than the 2750Ah power plant found inside the iPhone 6s Plus. Aside from that, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is fairly similar to the smaller Galaxy S7, so there's not a whole lot in this teardown that cannot be found in the previous one. Still, it's always fun to check out the insides of hardware.
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