Sharp Aquos S2 Gets Dissasembled

Sharp's latest premium smartphone has just received a teardown treatment, revealing what is inside and how well it is designed. The phone is relatively easy to fix and probably the biggest problem is opening the phone due to the glued rear panel. Once you get past the back panel, the rest is easy since many components are screwed down.

The only other problem you could have is while replacing the front camera. It also houses the proximity sensor and to take them apart, you'll need to heat it up. Sharp did say that the smartphone is rolling out globally, but from what we can see, it hasn't reach many stores.