Droid 2 gets killed for science

The Droid 2 is officially official and many of you already have your hands on the smartphone. We have already fondled our own Droid 2 during our hands-on and had a disgustingly good time doing it.iFixit has now neatly closed the new smartphone launch circle of life with its obligatory teardown of the Droid 2. The thing has a lot of parts inside; I have been surprised how few parts are inside many new gadgets hitting the market.

The only things needed to mangle the Droid 2 beyond recognition are plastic opening tools, a T3 Torx driver, and a T5 Torx driver. As always, this teardown could prove invaluable to the DIY repair geek.