Nokia X gets stripped down to unveil hardware

By Kunal Khullar | Published on 07 Mar 2014

Images of Nokia’s latest smartphone running on Android, the Nokia X, have surface which show the handset being stripped down to show its internal parts and hardware.

Nokia X gets stripped down to unveil hardware

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Some detailed images of the Nokia X Android smartphone have emerged online in which the handset has been torn down to give an overview of its internal hardware. We already know that the smartphone is not a high-end device and looking at the images we can see that the internals of the smartphone reflect that.

The parts include the front panel, which has the touchscreen and the display, the camera module, some ribbon cables, the main motherboard, the speaker and earpiece modules, a cover which sits inside the handset and acts like a chassis, the back cover and about 11 screws.

By the looks of it, the handset doesn’t seem too complicated and Nokia has taken a simple approach towards it. Hopefully this guide will make it easier for future users of the Nokia X in case they need to get the smartphone repaired.


Source: Windows Mania

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