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[* black] Motorola Moto X Repairability Score: '''7 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair)
[* green] Pressure contacts and cable connectors make the modular components (cameras, buttons, headphone jack and speakers) easy to replace.
[* green] The Moto X uses a single typekind of screw, although it's a fairly uncommon size (T3).
[* yellow] The taped-in battery is less accessible than we'd like (such as in a Samsung or Blackberry)like, but at least it's near the top of the stack once you get the rear cover off (as opposed to the HTC One).
[* green] The Moto X uses a single typekind of screw, although it's a fairly uncommon size (T3).
[* yellow] The taped-in battery is less accessible than we'd like (such as in a Samsung or Blackberry)like, but at least it's near the top of the stack once you get the rear cover off (as opposed to the HTC One).
[* yellow] The digitizer is fused to the display, increasing repair costs for a cracked screen. But the display midframe can be separated, potentially lowering the cost of the replacement part.
[* red] Sticky adhesive on the back cover is annoying and will slow opening the phone.