Samsung Galaxy Xcover6 Pro scores a high repairability rating in the disassembly video. With IP68 dust and water resistance and a MIL-STD-810H approved to build, the Samsung Galaxy Xcover6 Pro is among the most durable smartphones available.
The battery may be readily removed from the device’s rear. An essential rubber gasket was installed to prevent moisture from entering the space. In the video down below, PBKreviews dismantles one of them. The phone has a good repairability rating, which is not surprising given how easy it is to swap out a dead battery, one of the most popular repairs made to mobile devices nowadays.
Samsung Galaxy Xcover6 Pro scores a high repairability rating in the disassembly video.
Aside from that, Samsung made everything quite simple by using regular Phillips screws and not going too crazy with the glue. The phone’s 3.5mm headphone port is in a removable module secured with a screw.
Although it requires disassembly, it is not soldered to the circuit board. The speaker is underneath the charging pogo pins, and the USB-C connector is on a separate PCB. The Galaxy Xcover6 Pro’s repairability is a double-edged sword, as its 9.9mm thickness and 235g weight make it noticeably bulkier and heavier than other phones with 6.6″ screens and 4,050mAh batteries.