Samsung Galaxy A55: Test shows good repairability

Compared to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A55 has, among other things, a much larger vapor chamber for better cooling.
Samsung Galaxy A55

There’s a lot to see on the outside of the Samsung Galaxy A55 – things like the Gorilla Glass Victus+ and the aluminum frame with fancy grooved sides. But what’s inside the A55? PBKreviews’ teardown video will answer this question.

The Samsung Galaxy A55 is relatively easy to take apart once you remove the back. It’s just a few Phillips screws holding everything together. The battery has a pull tab to make removal much easier. The display cable runs through a detour, but is otherwise not difficult to replace and does not require complete disassembly.

The Samsung Galaxy A55 also replaces its predecessor’s Exynos 1380 chipset with the new Exynos 1480. This chip includes an AMD GPU and A78/A55 CPU cores with higher clock speeds. To keep things cool, Samsung has also equipped the A55 with a large steam chamber. Significantly larger than the Samsung Galaxy A54.

Overall, the Samsung phone achieved a high repairability rating of 8.5/10 points. The phone received half a point deduction in three categories.


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