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Ifixit teardown of the Evo4G

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gibsonhtp, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. gibsonhtp

    gibsonhtp Well-Known Member
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  2. mrk

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    Sweet! Thanks.
     
  3. sikclown

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  4. gibsonhtp

    gibsonhtp Well-Known Member
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    That's what I was thinking...they still have to update the drivers for Android so it supports the feature.

    Here's hoping that Wireless N is coming in the near future to an Evo 4g near you.
     
  5. drksilenc

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    meh i dont really want n... thats gonna make the thing chug even more power... n is 3x more power hungry than bg so you will be running hotter and using more power
     
  6. BetterMost

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    Very nice clean looking build inside.
     
  7. Roman G.

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    Thanks for moving mods.

    Goodness this is the 4th time I have seen this posted here.
    Is it really that big of news.
     
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  8. Rob_A

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    wow, I thought it was organic this whole time
     
  9. cary328is

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    I'm going to contact them to see if that lens cap for the camera is easily replaceable and if they can carry some in stock in case people scratch their lenses.
     
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