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Teardown: Google's Nexus 5 Deconstructed

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11/13/2013  
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Mydesign
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Nexus 5 with Kitkat
Mydesign   11/14/2013 7:02:25 AM
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After going through the specification, it seems to be one of the high end devices. 2.26GHz Quad core processor with 2GB RAM is great. But I would like to get some review with respect to functionalities and other features.

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Re: slideshow reformat
Rob Spiegel   11/13/2013 6:57:19 PM
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Not so sure the Google smartphone would be great in use, but this makes a great teardown. I just can't get enough of these.

NadineJ
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slideshow reformat
NadineJ   11/13/2013 3:19:38 PM
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I have to say that I as much as I love tear downs (this is a good one-as usual), I'm not patient enough to click through the slides one-by-one.  It would be great if I could skip to slide 30 and then come back and scroll through the other slides.

Yes, I tend to read the last line of a book before I start on page one too.

tekochip
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A little dab will do ya
tekochip   11/13/2013 1:46:31 PM
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Still some glue, but at least you could replace the battery if you needed to.

naperlou
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lots of good stuff
naperlou   11/13/2013 12:00:31 PM
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It is fun to look inside these devices.  The CPU is almost as fast as my laptop with as many cores.  Power in the hand.  This one looks well laid out.  Thanks.

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