It seems like the same cycle happens for every notable gadget release: blurry photos emerge, less blurry photos emerge, pre-release reviews come out, unboxing videos pop up, post-release images and videos are widely available, and then finally, said notable gadget gets disassembled. The Motorola DROID is in that last stage of the cycle yet even disassembled and torn apart, still manages to look good.

The guys at phonewreck commented that the DROID was pretty difficult to take apart which we like to think speaks to the DROID's high craftsmanship and quality build. They also mentioned that the DROID's sliding keyboard has the simplest sliding mechanism they've ever seen. Just wanted to point that out. In any case, feel free to hit the link to see how they disassembled the Motorola DROID!

[via engadget]

 
There are 5 comments

J says:

looks good, I'd leave it this way, hahaha...

r4 dsi says:

There is basically no instruction manual at least not a detailed one in the box, hopefully they'll have something posted on the website.

Currently I am using Nokia 5800 express music which is better compare to any other Motorola Mobile phone.

aabid says:

certainly i agree with you on this Nokia 5800 has some great features and you can also install some mobile software also to enhance them more. so it's a quite good phone i would say.

Why would you disassemble such a nice phone, best of luck from Web Media Company for all your future phones :)