Nokia 6.1 Teardown

As we all know, the Nokia 6.1 has been launched in the early of this month. The phone has good cost performance. Now let’s start the teardown of the Nokia 6.1 to explore its workmanship and internal design.

First of all, remove the SIM card tray.
Remove SIM tray

Then separate the screen from the phone body. The screen is directly stuck to the metal plate.
Remove screen

After removing the screen, we can see that the wire ribbon of the screen has been well fixed. Although the screen is removed, the phone’s internal structure still can’t be directly seen because of the metal plate.
Remove metal plate
Disconnect display cable

It can be inferred that the metal plate is used to strengthen the whole device’s hardness. In the meantime, the metal plate may impose adverse influence on heat dissipation of the smartphone’s internal structure. The phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor which produces relatively less heat.
Nokia 6.1 screen

Remove all the screws, and then we can take out the metal plate. The whole battery is directly fixed on the back of the metal plate.
Remove metal middel frame

The motherboard is connected to the vice board by an FPC. The radio frequency line has been well fixed.
Nokia body

Disconnect all the BTB and radio frequency line, and then we can take out the motherboard.
Remove motherboard
Take out motherboard

After the teardown, we find that the internal design of the Nokia 6.1 differs greatly from other common phones. The phone has good workmanship with regard to its price. The metal plate strengthens the whole device’s structure hardness. Generally speaking, the phone has a  unique internal design and has excellent workmanship.
Internal pictures



Ryan is a mobile news editor whose interest in the latest technological trends and gadgets dates back to his childhood, whether it's computers, cell phones, or car technology.

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  1. Nokia 6 suddenly don’t charge when I kept on charge then showing not charging. I try to charge with many chargers but still saying not charging. So how I can charge it with multi chargers device.

  2. The original charging port is faulty on many if not all of these Nokia phones. You will either have to figure out a certain angle to charge the phone or replace the charging port. If your phone is under warranty Nokia will replace it free of charge.

  3. Hello guys, I already replaced my broken LCD. New LCD is okay, but quality of WIFI and Bluetooth got very poor after replacement 🙁
    Somebody, any idea :)?

    thank you

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