HP Pre 3 teardown

HP Pre 3

While it’s a shame that we won’t be seeing the HP Pre 3 on sale anymore, that doesn’t mean we can’t have a look at it too see what makes it tick. The folks over at webOS Internals managed to gettheir hands on a Pre 3 unit and disassembled it, showing off the difference between the AT&T HP Pre 3 and the European HP Pre 3.

Overall, besides the radios and some markings on the phones, and different internal storage they’re pretty much identical. Unlike iFixit, webOS Internals didn’t provide a step by step guy to teach you the whole process but that’s it okay – chances are you won’t even have one of those phones to get your hands on a unit to disassemble anyway. Head here for more pictures of the Pre 3 disassembled.

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