The LG G4 is officially available to purchase (although not in the US just yet) so of course you can expect to see unboxing videos, hands on clips, and the typical teardown and repair processes.
A roughly translated dismantling process for LG’s 2015 flagship device has been released, showing off the device’s internals and how tough it’ll be to fix it in case you break something. Fortunately, the G4 isn’t following the same trend as other newer phones and is pretty easy to take apart and repair.
There appear to a minimal amount of screws holding things together, so swapping out parts (or batteries!) should be quick and easy. The estimated tear apart time is just 15 minutes, according to the report, while an unspecified “repair” takes just 10 minutes.
The process isn’t as detailed as something you’d see from iFixit, and because it’s been mangled by a machine translation, I wouldn’t recommend following the instructions on a brand new phone unless you’re fluent in Chinese.