HTC One S teardown leaves little to the imagination (video)

HTC One S teardown leaves little to the imagination (video)

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Whether you're looking to replace a damaged screen, swap a battery, or just make damn sure that the warranty of your HTC One S is void, DirectFix can help with its latest teardown video. This is the first time that we've seen a detailed inner peek at the smartphone...
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