The wonderful, masterful craftsmen over at iFixit have done their due diligence yet again. The newly-released Motorola Atrix 4G has been completely dismantled to see all of its internal components. Fortunately, no major discoveries have been made. A Qualcomm MDM6200 HSPA+ chip was found inside, which explains the faux “4G” in the device’s name.

They have also discovered that the glass panel is not glued to the LCD display, which goes a long way in ensuring that the device will be easy to repair. This means that if the display cracks, it will be easily replaced.

Overall, iFixit concluded that the Motorola Atrix 4G is extremely easy to repair. The device was awarded a 9 out of 10 in terms of repairability due to several factors that make repairing a breeze.

Thanks iFixit!

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