The folks over at iFixIt got their hands on the newly released Motorola Droid 3 for Verizon, and in typical fashion the handset didn’t stay in one piece for long. The device teardown shows us much of what we expected — a dual-core 1GHz TI OMAP 4430 CPU, 512MB of RAM, and a 4.0-inch qHD Gorilla Glass display — but has one rather interesting revelation. The Droid 3 features a pre-installed SIM card to further expands the handset’s global reach. The inclusion of the GSM-compatiblity makes this Droid 3 a true world-roamer, though (as a Verizon warns) data fees could reach as high as $20 per MB when outside the US.
You can see the full teardown at the source link below, where its details might just come in handy if you ever have the need to replace any components on your Droid 3 (and are feeling froggy enough to do it yourself).
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