The Honor 9 is a flagship phone masquerading as a mid-range device. Curious what makes it tick? MyFixGuide took one apart and revealed several interesting tidbits.
Curiously, the phone has no external screws – the back panel is held in place entirely by glue. Screws do make an appearance in the interior of the handset, but that doesn’t mean there’s no more glue – you can change just about everything, as long as you can get through the glue/sticky tape.
The Honor 9, disassembled Lifting the motherboard Disconnecting the dual camera
Some interesting observations. The USB-C…