Nokia Lumia 800 teardown
Released in Europe and the UK in late 2011, the Nokia Lumia 800 is a solid Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) handset. Although only the unlocked version is available in the US, the Lumia 800 may give us good idea of what to expect inside the soon-to-be-released Lumia 900, which Nokia announced at CES 2012. Following along as I crack open the Lumia 800 for a look at the hardware inside.
For a detailed analysis of the teadown, check out my article and video, Nokia Lumia 800 Teardown: Skip it, wait for Lumia 900.
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I have been told by my mobile network that the Lumia 800 is beyond economical repair due to the pins being bent/broken on the charger port/usb connector. Any ideas why this is? Is it not a module that can be replaced or can it be soldered? I am thinking of just buying one with a broken screen off Ebay and putting my screen into it. Any advise on this appreciated...
In order to change the case you need to remove all the parts inside. For a complete disassembly in full 1080p search for 'lumia 800 disassembly' on YouTube, Enjoy :-)