Gallery: Nokia 6 Disassembly #TearDown #Guide

| February 8, 2017 | 35 Replies

HE316. That’s the 3000mah battery in the Nokia 6 if you weren’t familiar already. You might want to head on over to the link below for a step by step guide if you were interested in seeing how the Nokia 6 gets taken apart…


Via: NokiaMob

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  • Systematic Systematic

    Does it run Linux MeeGo Sailfish OS? Everything else after that only!

    • Rocky Tirajean S

      I really like MeeGo, but it will hard to doing that in HMD position now, they simply can’t experiment with the market, they need to regain their position first, and Android is the solution. They can’t sell a great device with great OS if the OS don’t have many apps for now

      • zlutor

        HMD shoukd not try to sell Sailfish devices globaly – as of now. that would be epic failure.

        but Jolla community devices, something for Russia could work…

        • Rocky Tirajean S

          Agreed, just regain that 1st position first πŸ˜€

          • zlutor

            community devices with decent hw (even in bigger volume, ~20k) would work right now. community is begging for new Sailfish device – see Intex Aquafish vs. Jolla C.

            HMD could pick one batch of originally Android devices (20k), stamping them Jolla D and upload Sailfish…

            • yes, they should do what you said πŸ™‚
              Jolla will be at MWC… Nokia+Jolla at MWC?

              • zlutor

                I hope for some Jolla+HMD+Nokia joint event…

    • zlutor

      not yet… πŸ˜‰

  • i was reading comments on and 1 comment said “There might be no Nokia flagship at MWC as samsung has claimed the initial supply of SD835 πŸ™

    • Rocky Tirajean S

      It’s better, so their flagship isn’t a rushed product. But Nseries branding for mid range isn’t good (based on rumors)

      • And there will be an upgraded version of 3310 too.

    • EricLovesSymbian

      EricLovesSymbian says:

      Yeah… I just came across that too.
      I saw a post that the LG G6 will have the 821 for the first few months, until the G6s comes out with the 835 sometime in July or so. That being said, should the new Nokia flagship come out with top specs, it most likely will be shown (perhaps during MWC) and released during H2 which will be July 1 2017 (which meshes well with the supply issues for the 835) … Meaning that the galaxy s8 will have he first allocation, and LG, Sony, Nokia, tcl, HTC will most likely all get the second batch sometime around end of May 2017 or mid June 2017. (Hopefully Nokia is first in line!)

      I hope the N series I stills all the best technology we have currently available to us and knocks it out of the ball park.

      Front facing flash
      Quick charge 4.0
      4100 mAh battery
      835 processor
      Nokia optimizations that make Android work lag free (even after years of use)

    if you see the info of the OS then you will find two Android versions
    1. Android FIH Edition which i think might be China exclusive UI.
    2. Android HMD Edition which i think will be used in upcoming Nokia phones for global market πŸ™‚

    • zlutor

      with (global) or without (China) Google Services? πŸ˜‰
      I mean the reason behind having two version…

      • Oh yeah. Mystery solved lol πŸ˜›

  • EricLovesSymbian

    EricLovesSymbian says:

    Will the owner of this site please be kind enough to reply to his visitors? (This means you, Jay)

    Will you be attending MWC this year?

    (I understand going to work, seeing patients, putting up with your employers, paying off your loans, etc is time-consuming, and quiet strenuous, but please let us know)

    Thank you in advance for your consideration…

  • asd

    Seeing the NOKIA logo on the battery still reminds me that this is a HMD-Nokia, not a Nokia-Nokia. I’m sure it’s a good battery and a good phone, and that in future models the logo will look better even on components the phone, but that looks so much like a fake Nokia logo. Not sure why it’s so hard to make the logo look normal, same thing with a lot of the fan made renders, the logo rarely looks right.

    • yes i noticed it now lol. The logo looks like the logo you get when you buy a fake chinese body for your Nokia phone lol.

    • Rocky Tirajean S

      I tought i’m the only one who notice that, the logo looks like a Chinese knock off battery for Nokia phones

  • EricLovesSymbian

    EricLovesSymbian says:

    I do indeed hate Windows phone Mobile operating system. That is true! But the reasons are due to what damages were caused to Nokia, and how Symbian was given the boot. We were forced to have a crippled handicapped horrible cancerous rancid horrid junk pathetic operating system called Windows phone 7, then 8, etc.

    We had a stable fantastic wonderful battery efficient operating system that was beautiful and mature and not made in America. Now, all three operating systems are made here. Does anyone see or think that just maybe, the potential exists that these phones have back doors and could be recording your voices without you knowing, or catching photos while in transit, etc.

    1. Vizio recording people’s voices and images of their houses and reporting them back to some server

    2. Blu phones have some similar adware thing that does the same as above.

    3. Being bombarded with ads in every single damn thing.

    4. Having a store that has apps (like a calculator) that needs access to your location photos microphone contacts calendar, etc…

    Was Symbian that bad? Did that diarrhea looking Trojan horse devil man have to kill it the way they did?

    Also, I don’t hate Samsung nor do I wish their phones explode but I do wish that Nokia does such a fantastic wonderful incredible job with their cell phones, that even these braindead mindless people realize what a great solid durable phone Nokia really is. Nokia should bake in countless amounts of features and make their phones so good, Samsung fans should willingly convert over and become Nokia fans.

  • Rocky Tirajean S

    I don’t know, why the Nokia logo on the front looks like a bit faded than any Nokia phones ever, event the official press images also shown that way

  • Rocky Tirajean S

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 using 10nm process wich is new in the industry, and Samsung is the one that ready to produce that now, and Samsung already reserved all initial SD835 stocks to anticipate the demand of S8. So, actually we can’t blame Samsung.

    • zlutor

      or, to ensure all others will have inferior flahship products for a while…

      • yes…. this is the main motive of Samsung. I am 100% sure πŸ˜›

    • how much did they reserve? and even if they reserve the initial stock have they just stopped manufacturing more? How can there be no stock available for others. I don’t believe them lol. That’s the reason xiaomi might be making their own chipsets lol.

  • zlutor

    symbian is a nightmare from developer point of view… πŸ˜‰

    except you use Qt/QML…

    • Rocky Tirajean S

      Hahaha, i don’t know about that πŸ™‚

    • Will all this matter after Microsoft Officially announces Surface Phone with full Windows 10 on ARM?? What do you think? I think Microsoft has an edge this time is they don’t mess up again lol πŸ˜›

  • samsung hasn’t pushed Tizen much πŸ˜›

  • zlutor

    Sailfish has massive multotasking capabilities, more resource friendly, etc…

    on the other hand it remains niche product – unless it get support from governments who are not that gappy with US based ecosystem.

    e.g. Russian gov. already named Sailfish as #1, preferred alternative of Android. If China, India followed them…

  • venkat akkineni