I don’t know if you are into this, but I love a good disassembly video, especially when the main star in it is the first phablet device after Nokia Lumia 1520, or the Nokia 7 Plus. The video was done by iVankrTech who dissembled few Nokia phones before. Nokia 7 Plus is also built like a rock. After you heat up the front panel and take off the glued screen, you see how sturdy the phone really is. Everything is kept in place by metal plate which is tightened by a few screws onto the frame. By taking it off you can easily reach the battery and the rest of the electronics which is nice since all the repairman like easily accessible devices, and it also keeps the service price low.
Now waiting for the Sirocco disassembly video.