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iFixit pries open HTC One to reveal its aluminum unibody

There are those that like using smartphones and there are those that like taking them apart! The iFixit team falls into the latter category and this time they have the HTC One in their ...
by Gary SimsMarch 29, 201310

“Badass” Sony engineer tears down the Sony Xperia Tablet Z [video]

The Sony Xperia Tablet Z was given the teardown treatment, at the hands of a "badass" Sony engineer, no less.
by Ankit BanerjeeMarch 22, 20133

Samsung Galaxy S4 Duos gets torn down, exposes its innards for all

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is jam-packed with software features. But if it's the hardware that gets you going, particularly the inside bits, we have just the thing for you.
by Bams SadewoMarch 15, 2013

Under the hood, the Blackberry Z10 is very similar to the Galaxy S3

The new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone has been the subject of a recent teardown which shows it uses components found in the Samsung Galaxy S3 and other phones
by David GonzalesFebruary 12, 20133

Watch how a Sony Xperia Z is assembled in 5 minutes

Do you like teardowns? We have something slightly different today – a reverse teardown if you will.
by Bogdan PetrovanJanuary 17, 20133

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 8.9 gets taken apart

It seems the talk of the town is true, Samsung does like to get around. The teardown of the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD reveals that the tablet uses several key components made by Samsung.
by Bams SadewoNovember 20, 2012

Nexus 4 teardown reveals dormant LTE chip inside, Nexus 10 is “extremely repairable”

We don’t know how many of you were lucky enough to procure themselves one of the two new Nexus devices, but we know at least a couple of guys that grabbed a Nexus 4 and 10 and… ripped ...
by AdrianNovember 17, 201210

iPhone 5 A6 chip made by Samsung, ARM cores ‘were laid out manually – as in, by hand,’ iFixit confirms

Since the competition’s flagship smartphone for the following year or so was launched officially in several markets a few days ago, we took it for a ride, literally, and compared it ...
by Chris SmithSeptember 25, 201228

Sony Xperia Tablet S teardown by … Sony itself!

Folks, we usually get teardown features from the likes of IHS iSuppli and iFixIt, and are primarily meant to confirm the components and even the prices of devices. In time for the UK ...
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 8, 20123

Review: iFixit dissects $99 Google TV-powered Vizio Co-Star

Vizio’s exceptionally priced $99 Google TV set top box started shipping a few days ago and the iFixit team have got their hands on one. In ...
by Gary SimsAugust 24, 20121
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