iFixit is back with another teardown of an extremely popular smartphone, that being the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch (aka SGSIIE4GT). They tear out that beautiful 4.52″ AMOLED display and get down to the goods under the beautiful design of the Galaxy S II. From Wi-Fi radios and internal flash storage and more here is where you get to see if the inside is as beautiful as the outside. Check out all the photos after the break.

With the usual iFixit fashion they not only tear down every aspect of the smartphone, but they also show you how it’s done and how you can repair your own should that sad fateful day comes where you somehow injure your superphone friend. In case you’ve missed it — while we didn’t give the Epic 4G Touch as close of a look as they have we do however have a full review seen here.

Just a few weeks ago we showed you the teardown of the DROID Bionic and its 4G LTE radios and today we have the Epic 4G Touch. It seems they don’t waste any time getting down in the nuts and bolts of these smartphones as soon as they hit the market.

To check out all the pictures and see the full iFixit guide hit the source link after the gallery shown below. Who dares to give this a try on their own E4GT? I sure don’t.

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[via iFixit]