Motorola’s new high-end device – the Droid RAZR (or just RAZR, if you live in Europe) has already impressed us with its thin body. Recently though, it got in the hands of iFixit, who are famous for their detailed instructions for taking devices apart and putting them back together.
It turns out disassembling the device isn’t easy, as the Kevlar back is tightly fixed to the back of the device. Still iFixit’s team managed to take it off and under it they found the 1.2 gHz OMAP processor, the 1GB Samsung LPDDR2 RAM and the most impressive component (surprisingly) – the battery. At 1,750 mAh it doesn’t have an incredible capacity, but it’s ultrathin – just 2.8 mm. You can find pictures of it at iFixit
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