Nexus 5X deemed easier to repair than most by iFixit
You can see the entire teardown in the video below, but you can also find out some of the more important details here. The back cover of the Nexus 5X is easy to take off because there is no adhesive holding it in place, as it happens to most smartphones and tablets nowadays. The battery is slightly held in by some adhesive and on the back panel you will find the antennas. The deconstruction of the device revealed that it does have a Qualcomm SMB1358 Quick Charge 2.0 IC even if it does not support the Quick Charge 2.0 feature.
The smartphone motherboard is secured in place with no less than ten standard phillips screws and the camera and Nexus Imprint modules are easily connected to it via removable spring contacts. The display is fused with the glass, as it happens with most smartphones these days. iFixit gave Nexus 5X a 7/10 score on the repairability, a very high score compared to the likes of Samsung Galaxy S6 (4) or HTC One M9 (2).