By Stephen Schenck | October 24, 2012 4:56 PM
Nokia’s Lumia 920 is just around the corner, and as we look forward to the Windows Phone 8 handset finally arriving, we get the opportunity to take an in-depth look at the phone’s hardware, thanks to a detailed teardown of the phone, along with the leak of a nice exploded view of its assembly.
Supposedly sourced from a Nokia service manual, these pictures give us a great look into all the components that come together to create the Lumia 920. Don’t expect much in the way of surprises here, but it’s still a great chance to see part of the phone that we’ve been hearing so much about, like the inductive coil on the phone’s rear cover that provides it its wireless charging abilities.
We’re just glad that we’re not personally responsible for repairing any Lumia 920s, as this looks like it could be a bit of a pain to disassemble, held together with a quite a bit of adhesive tape and featuring a good number of components that are meant to be replaced after removal.