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Evo 4G LTE Teardown (Evo One X)

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Published on May 26, 2012

First Evo 4G LTE i have had the chance to play with. Figured i would take it apart for you guys!!

Sorry the video is blurry... i wish i had a hd camera or something but all we had was a nexus.

Notes:
-Although the battery is internal it is still very easy to remove.
-The phone is built very nicely. -Usb port is not removable like the evo design or the nexus s II but it is soldered down strongly. It will be hard to snap it off.
- The metal framing acts like a bumper for the screen(Same as the evo design)... It will absorb the impact instead of transfering it directly to the glass making it harder to break the screen.
-Kickstand is strong. Much stronger than the Evo 4G (which i think was strong enough) this kickstand can hold the phone up by either angle in landscape.

For some reason i keep getting messages asking if there is a sim card... No, there is no sim card. This phone is LTE and CDMA... Also to clarify,,, LTE is NOT GSM... and verizon is also NOT GSM... both verizon and sprint are CDMA but offer GSM on some world phones... AT&T and T-mobile are GSM and they have sim card... AT&T uses LTE (from verizon) therefore they also have the hardware drivers for LTE support... LTE has nothing to do with GSM.

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