See that beautiful display? It can come out of the phone, but it's not something you'd want to do to yourself. XDA China has posted instructions on how to disassemble the HTC One X. It's not for the faint of heart, and the translation isn't perfect, but it's there for those of us that care about such things.
For someone like me (a self-professed hardware junkie) this is extremely interesting. The One X is definitely one of the most desirable pieces of hardware to come from HTC in a while, and seeing how they package the components in the thin, one-piece polycarbonate shell really makes you realize how much work goes into the engineering of these things.
We get a good look at the display, which is the Super LCD 2 variety (learn more about display tech in our display tech discussion), Tegra 3 chip, and all the other various boards, chips, and cameras that make this phone awesome.
And see, the battery CAN be removed.
Source: PCOnline; Thanks, garfnodie!
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