Korea's variant of the Samsung Galaxy S is dissected into pieces
posted by John V.
Jul 06, 2010, 3:21 PM
It's common to find devices like Korea's variant of the Samsung Galaxy S, the SHW-M110S, receive some extreme tear-down treatment to uncover what's underneath the hood. Even before going through with this procedure, we knew ahead of time that its innards would be a breeding ground for some interesting hardware; like its Super AMOLED display and high flying 1GHz Hummingbird processor. The video accompanying this intricate process shows in pretty good detail how to crack it open without doing much damage to it, so if you feel up to some kind of challenge, you can always attempt it yourself. But for those who really want to make things a little bit more interesting, putting it back together and having it function correctly would prove to be one monumental task. Still, you can click the source link to see additional photos of the lengthy operation without going out of the way by doing it yourself.
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