As Vivo’s first full-screen flagship, the Vivo X20 Plus has received much popularity with its excellent appearance design and high specification among young people. Now, let’s start the teardown to explore the phone’s internal design.
The phone has used dense clip fixing method combined with lamination glue on its surroundings, which make it difficult to open the smartphone. We utilize a suction cup and crow plate to remove the screen.
The phone adopts popular full-screen design, so its fingerprint reader module is designed on the back. The front plate and the back cover are connected via soft cable. Be careful and not to break the wire.
Compared with other smartphones, Vivo phone’ battery is easier to remove. All we want is to follow the tips on the battery. Tear the white tape and pull the green tape, then we can successfully remove the battery.
After removing the battery, we use the screwdriver to remove the fixed screws on the motherboard. In the meantime, disconnect the wire which connects the battery and the motherboard. Then remove the motherboard.
The Vivo X20 Plus is Vivo’s first full-screen smartphone. Compared with the X20, the X20 Plus features larger screen which can bring better visual effect. In the meantime, the phone’s internal design adopts good workmanship and material. It has the compact design. The X20 Plus, which has good appearance and internal layout, is an excellent full-screen smartphone.