Friday, November 11, 2011

Motorola Droid RAZR Teardown [images and Video]

iFixit has now put their hands on the new Motorola's DROID RAZR, Which have got some amazing specification(Hardware) and it's design is adorable. And definitely this smartphone is UltraSlim so it took some time to tear it apart and peek under the hood. It have got an amazing HD AMOLED Display with an 8 Megapixel camera on the back and 1.3 MP on the Front.
It’s quite the ordeal for removing the battery, but at least you don’t have to rip apart the entire device. Instead of the traditional battery connector socket or soldered wires found in other phones, the Droid RAZR utilizes contact points for its battery connector.

 Here's the Internal Hardware of Motorola Droid RAZR:
  • Toshiba THGBM4G7D2GBAIE 16GB EMMC Flash Memory
  • Samsung K3PE7E700M-XGC1 4Gb LPDDR2 RAM
  • Qualcomm MDM6600 Dual-Mode Baseband/RF Transciever
  • Qualcomm PM8028 Power Management IC
  • Avago ACPM-7868 Quad-Band Power Amplifier
  • Motorola T6VP0XBG-0001 (believed to be the LCM 2.0 LTE baseband processor)
  • Texas Instruments WL1285C Wilink 7 Bluetooth/Wi-Fi/GPS
  • Skyworks 77449 Power Amplifier Module for LTE/EUTRAN Bands XIII/XIV
  • Toshiba Y9A0A111308LA Memory Stack
  • ST Ericsson CPCAP 6556002
  • Hynix H90H1GH51JMP
  • Infineon 5726 SLU A1 H1118 3A126586
  • Bosch 2133 C3H L1ABG accelerometer
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Edward yepez said...

hi i from venezuela and i like to know if are a way to make that phone work in my contry! a going to buy it, but first i want be sure about that, or if can be a way to unlock these phone. thanks!

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