Disassembling smartphones is always a fun thing to watch because of the precision it takes to do it correctly and because its fun to see all of the tiny screws and components packed into these devices. A new video that's come out this week shows that watching someone disassemble a foldable phone is even more entertaining.
The Motorola Razr is the star of a new teardown video. The clip from PBK reviews shows Motorola's new foldable get completely taken apart, starting with the prying off of the back cover and the removal of the fingerprint reader, antenna assembly, and the 1165mAh battery living in the lower half of the phone.
We then see the main board lifted out of the back of the device, and we're given a good look at the board and its Snapdragon 710 processor.
Then the top cover of the phone is pried off and the outer screen is removed from the top cover. We then get a look at the camera assembly with both front and rear cams as it's removed.
Finally, we get to see the super thin foldable display as it's removed from the phone's frame. That display also has the 1185mAh battery in the top half of the phone attached.
The Razr is then reassembled and it starts right back up.
It's a pretty interesting video because it gives us a clear look at all of the components packed inside the Motorola Razr and it's folding body. The paper thin inner display is especially neat to get a peek at as it's completely pulled from the frame. So if you've got 15 minutes to spare, check out video above to see the Motorola Razr foldable completely torn down and then reassembled before it launches on store shelves tomorrow.