Are the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ easy to repair? iFixit has the answer
Tearing down both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, iFixit unsurprisingly discovered that the handsets are pretty much the same on the inside - just as they are on the outside - although the S8+ includes a significantly larger battery.
iFixit notes that the glass-on-glass construction (paired with strong adhesives) makes the Galaxy S8 quite hard to open up. And, while various components can be replaced independently, the battery is definitely not easy to take out, and the front glass is nearly impossible to replace without damaging the curved display. Overall, both the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are getting repairability scores of just 4 out of 10. For those keeping track, that's comparable with the repairability scores that last year's Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 edge received (4 and 3, respectively). In other words, if you need to fix your Galaxy S8 / S8+, you shouldn't try to do it at home, as it's not an easy thing to do.