HTC EVO 4G LTE teardown
Sprint won't have a working LTE network until mid-2012. Even then, it will only be in a select cities. But, that hasn't stopped them from releasing an LTE phone. And now that the HTC EVO 4G LTE has finally cleared US customs, we can crack it open and compare the latest EVO to its cousin the HTC One X.
For a detailed analysis of the teardown, check out my article and video, vo 4G LTE teardown reveals differences, similarities with HTC One X.
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Hey love the detailed pics and dis-assembly, but is there any way you can include more details for our non techy people. Like the glue that holds the battery making some people think that you cannot remove it, or the connections you have to be careful on removing and how you insert them or that there are certain things on the panel that connect to the mother board from the panel that are not mentioned. Maybe you can help me identify this, but overall great job.