That last post was a total lie. I had a look half an hour ago.
This is the mic area:
The rubber covering came off very easily. The mic is attached my a tiny ribbon cable, so take care not to twist the component during removal.
I heated up the screen with a hairdryer and tried several ways of trying to part the glass from the bezel. The LCD screen underneath the Gorilla Glass developed several additional cracks to the one that originally damaged it before I even managed to part the glass a little way from the bezel. For what its worth, I think that replacing the screen as a component is nowhere near worth the risk given that £61.89 can get you an entire new SAMOLED+ front panel which is almost as easy to replace as it is to play "Smoke On The Water".
"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use" - Søren Kierkegaard
"It looks just like a Telefunken U47" - Frank Zappa