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[* black] A thumbnail is the only tool you need to pop off Tango's rear cover and access the battery. (Well, a thumb would probably be pretty useful as welluseful, too).
[* black] A thumbnail is the only tool you need to pop off Tango's rear cover and access the battery. (Well, a thumb would probably be pretty useful as welluseful, too).
[* black] Cover off, battery out. Simple. Tango's development brainpower went into what's inside the phone, not into fancy [guide|10525|chamfered edges|stepid=38241] or [guide|23615|curved metal unibody enclosures|stepid=61139].
[* black] [http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2011/202/d/d/bear_tango_by_deeni-d3r4viz.png|Tango bears] a hefty 3000 mAh battery, ready for developers to [http://www.homestarrunner.com/fhqwhgads.html|take it to the limit].
[* icon_note] 3000 mAh may be big for a smartphone, but if it weren't for the ultra low power requirements of the [http://www.movidius.com/tango/|vision coprocessor|new_window=true] powering Tango's 3D imaging, it'd have to be a [http://gigaom2.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/chevy-volt-pack-brownstown5.jpg|lot bigger].