Samsung Galaxy S 4G Now Torn Apart As Well
Well it seems the teardown guys have been hard at work as not only was the Motorola Atrix 4G the subject of a teardown the other day to display the smartphones innards, but also now it appears the Samsung Galaxy S 4G has joined the internal displaying game.
The latest version of the Samsung Vibrant for T-Mobile is virtually a replica of the original Samsung Galaxy S but with the excption of a Sony Ericsson Thor M5730 mobile modem allowing the Samsung Galaxy S 4G to play nice on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network.
Apparently other components, which were originally constructed in aluminium, have been replaced by magnesium to make the Samsung Galaxy S 4G stronger and lighter, while the touch screen controller is the one and the same found in the Motorola Atrix 4G.
For those that enjoy seeing what is exactly inside a smartphone the iFixit guys have their teardown of the Android smartphone over 3 pages including numerous images and they say the Samsung Galaxy S 4G scores a 6 for reparability with 10 being the easiest.