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[* black] The HTC One's 1080P, 468 ppi resolution rivals today's HDTVs and the 10.6" [guide|12842|Surface Pro], but in a 4.7" size.
[* black] Yet, nineNine steps after prying the display assembly up from the case, we finally get a look at it on its own. Just like we saw earlier with the battery, this component can't be replaced without removing everything from the rear case…and then first taking out the motherboard.
[* black] Yet, nineNine steps after prying the display assembly up from the case, we finally get a look at it on its own. Just like we saw earlier with the battery, this component can't be replaced without removing everything from the rear case…and then first taking out the motherboard.
[* black] There are a number of strange markings on the back of the display panel that we can only identify as the signatures of family physicians.
[* red] Aside from the inspection notes, the cable is labeled XT6088C07B_FPC REV: 8 DATE: 2012.11.30, indicating that at least certain parts of this phone have been in the works for quite some time.