With the launch of the Meizu M6s, the Chinese company has made some new design choices to make it look more attractive than its predecessors. Turns out, the same changes are applicable in designing the internals too. The first teardown of the phone has been conducted in China, and thanks to it we now know how to disassemble the phone and how its internal components have been placed. Even though it is an original phone in terms of aesthetics, it doesn’t look very hard to disassemble it.
To open the phone you have to turn it off, remove the SIM card tray, and remove two screws on the bottom side, located near the USB Type-C port. Then you will need a pick or something similar to remove the back cover, but fortunately, you won’t have to heat the phone to make it come out. A difficult thing might be to remove the side-mounted fingerprint reader which is glued to the right side of the phone and it is also directly connected to the motherboard.
It will be easy to access the motherboard of the Meizu M6s once you disconnected the display and the other components. The last important step is to remove seven more screws in order to take out the battery. Head to the source link below for the complete procedure.