Yup, another phone has lost its outer packaging at the hands of the iFixit team who recently tore down Google and LGs new Nexus 4 smartphone .

Funnily enough it’s not to hard to get into the device, with just a couple of screws and a back panel standing in the way until you can take a look at what’s inside, once they did get inside they didn’t find anything to interesting, they dis however find the battery a little tricky to remove as it was attached with a couple of screws and adhesive.

The motherboard was however a bit easier and just required a wiggle to remove it from a couple of connectors.

Their final repairability score was 7 out of 10, down to the tricky battery removal and the glass front which has been fused to the display and frame.

You can find out more at the source link below.

Source: iFixit

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