Samsung's new smartwatch earns high marks for repairability in a teardown by the gadget repair guys at iFixit.
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Most of the components are accessible without much fuss, though the glass and LCD are fused to the frame.
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iFixit's teardown also shows a "a much simpler, cheaper design" for the screen and a weaker home button.