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Samsung showcases Galaxy S20 Ultra Folded Lens in assembly video

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the largest, most powerful, and camera-centric smartphones ever created. You might be wondering how it all comes together and how the hardware looks on the inside, and you might be thinking that your best chance to get an inside look at the device is to wait for one of those destructive ‘durability test’ videos.

But if you’re like some of us and you don’t enjoy watching new smartphones being smashed to pieces, Samsung has your back. The company has just published an official assembly video of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and although it doesn’t go into the finer details like an iFixIt video normally would, it does offer a better view of the internal hardware.

We get a close look at the camera assembly and the Folded Lens module which makes Space Zoom possible. Aside from the camera setup, the video also showcases all of the PCBs that hold everything together, the large 5,000mAh battery, and the wireless charging coil to name a few.

Mind you, it’s obvious that the video at hand doesn’t highlight whether the Galaxy S20 Ultra is easy or difficult to repair. We’ll have to wait for videos from third-party sources for that.

Samsung left out the parts in which the host of the video deals with screws and adhesives, and instead chose to create a cleaner video that’s focused mainly on highlighting the flagship’s internal components. Check out the video below and feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.

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PJaya
PJaya

Samsung do it before JRE, but this is reverse…