Another change is with the battery, which goes against DROID tradition by not being removable. Of course, iFixit not only peeled off the warning sticker (which does NOT state that it can't be removed under penalty of law) but also was able to pry the battery out of the housing. And at the end of the day, everything was exactly where it should be.
If seeing the Motorola DROID 4 gutted like a Law and Order victim doesn't bother you, check out the pictures below. And if you want to see the device alive and well, check out our Motorola DROID 4 review!