It’s been a few weeks since the Galaxy S III was first launched here in Europe, and after a lot of hype the phone sold extremely well. But what exactly has been used within the phone that allows it to be ‘built for humans’.

Well thanks to iFixIt, where about to find out as over their weekend they decided to tear down the device to reveal its inner workings, and find out what exactly makes it tick.

Upon first look the phone is very similar to both the S II and the Galaxy Nexus, but there are some components that sit inside the frame below the motherboard, but overall the inner workings of the phone are generally just a bit smaller and thinner than the previous S II device.

Via [Andriod Community]

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