With the release of the Motorola Atrix 4G comes the customary teardown from the folks over at iFixit. While teardowns may not appeal to everyone, they often times reveal some unexpected details about the gadgets we love. Look at some of the finer details found within the Motorola Atrix 4G:
- The LCD is not glued to the front panel glass. Should you ever need to replace the glass, it not being glued makes this easier.
- No VOID stickers to be found on the Atrix making it repair-friendly
- Toshiba 16GB NAND Flash, 1GB DDR2 RAM, NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU
- Qualcomm MDM6200 supporting HSPA+ up to 14.4 Mbps
Most of what was outlined could be found in the specs but should you ever need repair guide or just want a deeper look into the components used to build the Atrix this teardown should serve well. Further details an be found over at the source link. [iFixit]
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