OUYA game console has been pretty popular lately, and with the device shipping to thousands of buyers over the next month or so we'll only be hearing more. While reviews have been mixed, the potential for the Android-powered game console are quite high. Today the folks from iFixit are back with another teardown. Showing us the insides of the OUYA.
GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone is now out and in the wild. Arriving on doorsteps and in reviewers hands this phone is finally here. In the usual fashion the folks from iFixit have a nice little teardown like they do with every device, and so far the GALAXY S 4 sounds pretty good. Finding plenty of plastic on the inside - just like the outside - but more importantly it scored high on repairability.
HTC One is made from a solid block of aluminum and is touted as having a zero gap construction. Well, as it turns out, the lack of gaps in the construction was not all that much of a deterrent in terms of getting inside the smartphone. Granted, we wouldn't suggest this for everyone, however the folks over at iFixIt have said that a "small amount of heat and a suction cup were all that was required to create a gap." Yes, the HTC One has been torn apart.
Pebble smartwatch tear down. While much of the focus was on the actual tear down of the watch, there was a mention of Bluetooth. In reference to the Bluetooth LE support, iFixIt had said that they could not "find evidence of the hardware." Needless to say, the folks at Pebble have since responded and offered some assurance on the matter.
iFixIt crew. After all, we have seen the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and countless other devices torn apart and opened up. This latest however comes a little bit different. The latest is for the Pebble smartwatch and differs in that the watch ends up being destroyed.
LG Nexus 4 is certainly a pretty smartphone, but now we’re getting a look at the inside and seeing it’s just as pretty under the hood. The folks from iFixit just finished giving the Nexus 4 the usual teardown treatment and we get to see everything that makes this quad-core Android run. As usual we have a comprehensive breakdown of the hardware, as well as some neat photos of that wireless charging battery cover.
ripped apart the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in an effort to find out how repair-friendly it is. The results were pretty good too, with iFixit giving the tablet a repairability rating of 8/10. It's not perfect, but it's a whole lot better than the third-gen iPad, which only managed to take home a 2/10 rating.
iFixit has you covered. In their usual fashion they've cracked open the brand new Google Nexus 7 Tablet to reveal everything under the hood. Showing us that this clean design also has clean innards -- and a huge battery. More pictures provided below.
iFixit fashion we have another Android device tear down. This time around the Motorola DROID 4 gets cracked open, and tore down to reveal everything under the hood of Motorola's fourth DROID slider. From the CPU to the 4G LTE chip and more we can see everything and how it works from the images and details provided.
iFixit fashion today they've been nice enough to share the details on the innards of the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus flagship Android smartphone. Like they always do, today they've tore it down and they give us a look at every little piece inside this new device. Plenty of pictures are available after the break. I'm just sad I don't have one yet while they are shredding it to pieces already.