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August 24, 2013

Moto X gets the iFixit treatment, looks very repairable


As usual it didn’t take long before the guys at iFixit got there hands on a Moto X. As you would expect the innards show all the usual items you would find in a mobile. There’s a motherboard, 16GB of eMMC NAND storage, cameras, charging coils and a battery. If you are a Moto X owner you will be happy to know that repairing it is relatively easy especially as only one type of screw is used throughout the device. The overall score was 7 out of 10 but may have scored more if it wasn’t for the adhesive’s used and digitizer being fused to the display. If you want to see the teardown or even give it a try just have a look at the source link below.

Source – iFixit

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