iFixit has given the teardown treatment to Google Home, voice activated speaker with Google Assistant that was announced in May this year. According to iFixit, Google Home has internals similar to that of 2015 Chromecast. Continue reading “Google Home iFixit teardown reveals it has Chromecast internals”
The Honor 5X is one of the best devices in the sub 15k range in India thanks to the specs and premium build quality. We wanted to take a look at the internals to see what exactly makes it tick and this teardown is a result of that. We have included images and an accurate description of the steps involved.
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IHS teardown has revealed the manufacturing cost of Apple’s latest iPhone SE. According to the research firm, the iPhone SE costs Apple only about $160 to build and assemble.
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The current flagship from LeEco in India is the Le Max. It is a high end smartphone with almost every feature and high end component in the book. We decided to teardown the device to bring to you a good look at the internals and components that make this device what it is.
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The LeEco Le 1s is one of the hottest smartphones around the Rs 10,000 mark and it packs quite an impressive spec list. We decided to teardown the device to bring to you a good look at the internals and components that make this device what it is.
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The Coolpad Note 3 Lite is currently the cheapest smartphone in India with a fingerprint sensor and also is the first “Made in India” smartphone from Coolpad. We decided to open up the device and bring to you all of the internals in full glory. Dive in to check out our full teardown.
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We hope that you have seen our unboxing of the latest smartphone from Lenovo, the Vibe K4 Note. As with our two previous teardowns – the QiKU Q Terra and Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, we decided to do a teardown of the Vibe K4 Note as well for your viewing pleasure.
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We are extremely thankful to our readers for the overwhelmingly positive response to our first teardown of the QiKU Q Terra. To follow that up, we are now bring you our second teardown with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3.
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The QiKU Q Terra is quite a unique phone when it comes to the kind of features and specifications it packs. We decided to do our first teardown on the device to see what really makes it tick and have a first hand experience at the internals. We decided to share the details of the part with you for your viewing pleasure.
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The folks over at iFixit have gotten their hands on the latest tablet from Apple, the iPad Pro and they have done a teardown of the device. The teardown has revealed a few interesting facts including the large 10,307 mAH battery powering the device.
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One of the most worrying things these days is damaging your smartphone and the cost of having to fix it after that. Some people prefer to take things into their hands to cut the service costs and replace the parts themselves while others may choose to hand over their device to someone more experienced. In both cases, it helps if the device in question is easy to repair. The Nexus 6P unfortunately doesn’t seem like such a device.
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The Apple Watch has been the latest device that has been teardown by IHS Technology’s analysis. The research firm which tears down devices to estimate component costs is revealing the same for Apple Watch Sport at $84.
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Google Glass, the futuristic wearable product from the Mountain View company, has been all the rage among the tech community. But, with an astronomical entry cost of 1500$ and a limited invite-only model, it is extremely clear that it is not ready for the market. But in the future, it will be ready, but what will be its approximate cost? We can not know now, due to the rapid commoditization of technology, but we can surely get an idea of what it costs Google to make the current version of Glass, thanks to a teardown by the popular site going by the same name. It estimates the total cost of the “Bill of materials” to under 80$ for Google.
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It has been a tradition of iFixit, the immensely popular website known for its disassembling and assembling guides, to provide tear down images of Apple products as soon as they are launched. The Apple iPhone 5S is no exception and has received the tear down treatment from the website.
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This is a cool video in which folks from a mobile phone repair company Tech Restore tear down the iPhone 4
Must watch at least for the amazing effects if not for the iPhone 4
Here is what Techrestore has to say about the video
1784 hi-res photos combine to make a stop-motion expose of the iPhone 4, revealing every detail of construction, from packaging, down to the chips on the logic-board. Set to a custom electronic/glitch soundtrack, with fast paced action, this is no ordinary unboxing and take-apart video!
Pretty cool rite ?