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HTC One X gets torn down

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Mon April 23, 2012

HTC One X teardown reveals complex construction

Chinese site PCOnline has torn down the new HTC One X smartphone. More accurately, it's the Chinese variation of the flagship handset. The skinny phone was separated thanks to a narrow plastic tool.

That design required many components to be attached to the display, the quad-core Tegra 3 CPU among them. This would make for an expensive repair if the screen is ever cracked. The center of the handset is largely home to the high-capacity battery, while the NFC chip is attached to the rear half of the phone. The eight-megapixel camera sensor is surrounded by contacts for the CPU, meanwhile. [via GSMArena]












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