the youtuber JerryRigEverything enjoyed opening the new one Nothing Phone (1) trying to find out what is hidden in the smartphone. The verdict? Perhaps the phone is not as difficult to fix as previously thought. However, there are some obstacles.

Once the body was opened, the youtuber found himself in front of several panels that were placed on top of each other by a set of glue, glue and screws.

The panels are all plastic and are intended to hide the real components of the phone and the so-called Glyph interfacethat is the curious system made up of hundreds of individual LEDs and designed with the aim of providing users with a really peculiar notification system.

JerryRigEverything endorsed the choice to attach most plastic panels using only glue, underlining how accessing the internal components – such as the battery – is anything but overly complicated this way.

Of course, the surgery adds an important – and perhaps annoying – step in case you want to move on to the do-it-yourself surgeries. On the plus side, the interface LEDs are also easy to replace.

Source: Lega Nerd

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