What's the most repair-friendly smartphone in recent years?

Off the top of my head I can't think of a repair-friendly Android that's going to be better than an iPhone 6s. :D

All of the high-end and most mid-ranged Androids have a glass back that has to be removed. Most have a screen that can be easily broken during opening/removal. Most Pixel models come close except for the risk in removing the screen.

There are a few low to low-mid LG phones that are still repair friendly. But, I don't think those are superior to an iPhone 6s+ at all, even with that being 3- 4 years old.

The last time an Android flagship was more repair friendly than iPhones might have been the Samsung S4 and Note 3.

My opinion is you can't quit bullshit, you just have to determine what's a deal-breaker and what's bearable.

/r/mobilerepair Thread