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Lumia 900 torn apart to reveal the magical kingdom inside

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The Lumia 900 has received the 'teardown' treatment over at TechRepublic. Once dissembled, the website was able to poke around at the insides to reveal the hardware that powers the Windows Phone operating system on this device. Packing a 1.4Ghz Snapdragon CPU, 16GB storage, 512MB RAM, and an 8MP camera (with front-facing 1.3MP shooter) the Lumia 900 is no slouch when it comes to handling the day-to-day business of its owner.

In our in-depth review of the Lumia 900 we highlighted the solid build quality and polycarbonate design, which was also praised by TechRepublic. Opening the device itself is a fairly straightforward task, should you wish to take a deeper look where the fairies gather (see below video for demonstration).

Source: TechRepublic, via: The Verge



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Has the titan been done yet I'd like to see it

scottaii says:

Poor little thing :(

mans550 says:

Big question is NFC?

theman60099 says:

Who cares about NFC? Hasn't even been widely adopted yet

EvoFxStudio says:

this nice and proves that great hardware and software has a point
so i hope you will spread the word on this ,
and take on a little nokia developer challenge windows phone look here ..
if you own an iphone or android phone , please take on the developer challenge

WinFan1 says:

man seriously some events in mass WE ARE THE OLDEST STATE jeez no respect...

TheOHouse says:

I love how easy it is to remove the digitizer/LCD. I have done a lot of idevice repairs (fragile broken glass) and this is revolutionary from a reparability standpoint. Non-replaceable battery? No soldering and very little adhesive-super easy!

jfa1 says:

well having seen that it would seem that if you had a want to change the battery  with this video you could certainly do it fairly easily.

D16RR says:

It could be more powerful than a room full of space aliens working PCs.  BFD.  WP still can't do things a 20 year old PDA could handle in stride.   

wp_steve says:

And what are those "things" troll?

theman60099 says:

Definition of a troll

dreamfly says:

Can't see any microsd slot.  Is the memory chip soldered in?  

camaroguy says:

If you read the source article, it states there is a 16GB NAND chip onboard.  So, no SD.  Nand is faster, but you can't go and pop in a bigger card like you could SD.

infin8ty says:

My Titans screen broke!!! What should i do now :(

DavidinCT says:

As it's a phone I desired I took 3 things from this video on this phone.
1. It looks fairly easy to take the device apart, could be tricky but, it should be easy.
2. No MicroSD internal slot, so a upgrade to a 32/64gb card is NOT possable.(a major disapointment with this phone)
3. The battery could possably be replaced with a better one if needed or if it needs to be replaced, it should be fairly easy to do.
It's my favorite design in my modern phone but, it's got a lot of limits as a Mid line phone as we wait for WP8. Still a nice looking phone, just wish there was higher memory options. My 16gb on my HTC Trophy is not enough....and this would not be an upgrade in that department.

razzelbazzel says:

Mick mouse springs to mind!!

"apple is all about choice" that made me giggle

Thuoudo says:

Aha, so that's how you open it! Pretty neat.
Also a fair and even-headed review of the hardware :)