The Amazon Kindle Fire has become the subject for the latest tear down from the folks over at iFixIt. Nothing insane was found underneath but unlike the Motorola Droid RAZR's super slim battery -- the Amazon Kindle Fire has a massive one taking up the majority of its backside. Overall, it's pretty basic and comes apart rather easily -- hit the source for more details.
If it can be built, then it must be torn down to see how things work. Samsung started fresh with the Samsung Galaxy S II phone and many folks have been wondering what, exactly makes the device tick. Luckily for us, iFixit has done all the dirty work that we're too weak to do and as such, have taken the device apart -- right down to it's freshly pressed Samsung Exynos 4210 dual-core application...
Just a mere day after we saw the Motorola Atrix 4G torn down to its naughty bits, we now get to have a good look at the Samsung Galaxy S 4G get the same treatment. The good folks at iFixit sacrificed one for science and came to a few conclusions about the device over all:Samsung KB100L00WM-A453 512 MB of DRAM, which also contains a 1 GHz Intrinsity Processor in a package-on-package...
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