DISASSEMBLED: Google's Nexus One

Google's Nexus One might have disappointed us when it comes to innovation or ground breaking new features but that doesn't mean we don't want to see what it's got going on under the hood. I mean, sure, we know it has a 3.7" 480x800 AMOLED display, a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, a 5 megapixel camera with an LED flash, and a removable battery that offers up to 7 hours of 3G talk time but what does that all look like?

The fabulous folks over at iFixit have torn Google's first phone asunder and put together a handy slideshow of the whole process. Check it out below.

Nexus One Teardown from iFixit

For a full, step-by-step guide or to see the individual images, head on over to iFixit.

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  • Shadow703793
    :cry: The poor Nexus....

    Anyways, it's pretty awesome to see the guts of the system.
  • yoy0yo
    I really enjoyed the music. It went really well with the teardown.
  • c0r3f1ght3r
    I guess I am glad I stopped waiting and got the G1, because I hate touch screen keyboards, and with specs like and the battery looks almost the same as the one in my G1 I'm pretty sure its gonna have horrid battery life while using apps etc. I love the "battery that offers up to 7 hours of 3G talk time" especially the "up to" part... I'm sure if I wanted to just talk on the phone I would have bought a cheaper phone...