The recently made available for purchase Motorola Atrix 4G has recently been made the victim of a tear down. The folks over at iFixit recently had their way with this Android phone, and displayed its guts online for the world to see. They noted there isn’t anything too interesting about the phone’s internal build besides the Qualcomm MDM6200 HSPA+ chip and the fact that the glass panel is not a glued LCD display, so in the event of any mishaps, it can be easily replaced. But they noted that the device is easy to repair, and judging from the photos it sure looks like it. Head here to check out the complete tear down. How many of you are getting or have gotten the Motorola Atrix 4G?
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