If the Microsoft Surface Duo Breaks Down, It’s Pretty Much Dead, Teardown Shows
Microsoft has recently started shipping the Surface Duo dual-screen Android device, and needless to say, many rushed to buy one to see what the software giant’s return to the mobile market is all about.
With a $1,399 starting price tag, it goes without saying that the Surface Duo isn’t a really affordable device, and many people have wondered just how easy it is to fix given how much it costs.
As it turns out, not really easy, as the folks over at iFixit have performed their typical teardown to figure out how hard it is to replace a broken component in the Surface Duo.
First and foremost, the Duo has received a repairability score of just 2 out of 10, with 10 being the easiest to repair. In other words, the Surface Duo isn’t impossible to repair but is pretty close to this point.
The good news is that replacing the displays and the back glass covers is piece of cake, and hats off … (read more)
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