Samsung Galaxy S 4G Repairability Score: 6 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair)
Removing the rear panel to replace the microSD/SIM cards and the battery requires no tools.
Attaching components like the headphone jack to separate cables makes their replacement less costly than replacing the entire motherboard.
Less-than-stellar fit of the front panel and chromed plastic accents can lead to cosmetic issues after long-term use.
The front panel is adhered to the AMOLED display, so they must be replaced as one expensive unit.
Your contributions are licensed under the open source Creative Commons license.
Insert a new line below
Insert a new line above
Indent current line
Unindent current line
Delete current line
Navigate to next step.
Navigate to previous step.