The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is a unique smartphone when compared against predecessors. Not only do we have a curved screen, but also a battery that's tightly adhered to the rear of the display itself. If you're looking to repair your damaged Galaxy S6 edge, you may have a difficult time doing so.
Speaking of that screen – which is the highlight of the phone for a good reason – should you happen to require a replacement, it'll cost you far more than a standard flat panel. So, the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge has an edge in terms of design, but not quite so with regards to repairs.
Check out the full iFixit guide for more details on the teardown and why the S6 edge was awarded with a score of just 3 out of 10.
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