Do you think the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 does not look good? You can get rid of the paint from the rear panel so the components are visible. JerryRigEverything on your channel shows you how to do this. Is it worth risking damaging Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for looks? Check yourself.
On your YouTube channel, JerryRigEverything shows us how to uncover all the secrets of Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It hurts from looking at yourself, and the risk of damage to your device is so great that I would rather not recommend it at home. That is to say, if you have such skills and free 4299 gold – then it's great fun. Yesterday on the resistance of Note 8 I wrote for you Michael – look at his entry Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – endurance test. The entry was based on the films of the same author, but it does not need to be presented to any Maniak. The process and its effect are seen on the video below. How do you like "naked" Note 8? We start playing with the rear panel image – this requires heating the unit several times. Then, after loosening the only 16 screws, we get rid of the wireless charging panel. On the occasion of closer inspection of this element we can detect the temperature sensor of the battery – well know that Samsung took care of this element. After cutting out the plastic parts that are not necessary for the proper functioning of the phone, you can take the rear panel. Removing ink from the inside is a pain in the butt and a long process – but the result is probably worth it? I admit that I have mixed feelings about this procedure. On the one hand, the effect reminds me of some watches, on which the shield through the openwork shows the work of the mechanism – but remember that in mechanical watches actually something moves. On the other hand I agree with the author that the manufacturer would have to put a bit more work into the aesthetics of the layout and design of the components so that this version had a chance to hit the shelves. It sounds a bit like madness but on the other hand no casing will provide such originality as visible components, right? There is one more detail that should cool the enthusiasm of all DIY DIY fans if it has not done that price. The device will definitely be waterproof. And this is rather unfortunate for the user. Of course, each one of us will be able to answer the question of whether the distinction in the crowd is enough to deprive the smartphone of the ability to wirelessly charge, dustproof and waterproof. I would not have decided it because the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 looks good enough out of the box.