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Last year, about 5.3 billion mobile phones fell into disuse. This waste has led to a push for tech that can be fixed more easily rather than replaced. Nokia’s G22 is the latest, most advanced phone to be fully repairable. Anyone with a small screwdriver and five minutes can replace its screen, charging port, or battery—the parts that most often break, says Lars Silberbauer, chief marketing officer at manufacturer HMD Global—keeping it off the scrap heap.

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