Ever wonder what exactly was inside your HTC EVO 3D? And no, I'm not talking about your dirty pictures or dust from your pocket. Rather, I'm referring to all of the amazing and cutting-edge technology that is crammed into a device tiny enough to very easily slip in your pocket.
In the video above, two very brave men tear the EVO 3D apart, quite literally, showing us everything that's inside. After unscrewing the six tiny screws that ultimately hold everything together, these EVO enthusiasts give us a glimpse of the phone's motherboard and a closer look at the two stereoscopic cameras, the proximity sensors, and the parallax barrier display, among other things.
Sure, this video is a bit old by now, having come out shortly after the EVO 3D's release at the end of last June. But nonetheless, it's still really cool and lets you see something you were always too afraid to try yourself.