If you are planning to pick up the recently released Microsoft KIN two phone, you might want to check out this useful teardown analysis courtesy of those clever folks at iFixit.
As reported from BGR, iFixit performed the teardown with the help of ChipWorks. After the internal casing was exposed, some interesting yet surprising results followed.
The exploration of the KIN Two bodyparts revealed the NVIDIA Tegra APX2600 chipset crammed in amongst the Sony 8 megapixel IMX046 image sensor. Other discoveries found the Qualcomm QSC8065 processor and a Texas Instruments WL1271A, which handles WiFi, Bluetooth and the FM radio on the Kin Two.
If this is your sort of thing, head over to ChipWorks here for the full report. Any of you planning to get the Kin Two?