Google's Project Tango is a device unlike any other, and it's also one most of us will never actually get to see. It is just a developer prototype after all. But, that hasn't stopped those teardown-mongers at iFixit getting hold of a non-functional unit and stripping it bare for us to see what's inside.
The regular smartphone specs are pretty decent; a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with an additional microSD card slot. All backed up by a 3000mAh battery and a 5-inch LCD display.
But Project Tango isn't so much about the phone part, it's about that crazy sensor array that monitors the world around you in full 3D imagery. It's no looker, but there's a ton of exciting tech inside Project Tango. Hit the source link to take a look.