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Not very surprising really - it's the same MediaTek ARM-based processor as many other Chinese mobiles (MT6235BA), and thus likely runs the Nucleus Plus OS like the [[http://home.comcast.net/~plutarch/Sciphone-i68.html|Sciphone i68+]]. The soldered in battery is a bit unusual - probably internal RAM backup (in which case we'd better hope Tom had nothing irreplaceable in there!) Not very surprising really - it's the same !MediaTek ARM-based processor as many other Chinese mobiles (MT6235BA), and thus likely runs the Nucleus Plus OS like the [[http://home.comcast.net/~plutarch/Sciphone-i68.html|Sciphone i68+]]. The soldered in battery is a bit unusual - probably internal RAM backup (in which case we'd better hope Tom had nothing irreplaceable in there!)

I took Tom's phone apart

Since there do not appear to be any internal photos of the ZTE-G X930 mobile on the 'net at the moment (and it's not FCC registered) and Tom broke off his USB socket, requiring the phone to be dismantled, I took the opportunity to photograph the insides, enjoy (click for larger version):

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Not very surprising really - it's the same MediaTek ARM-based processor as many other Chinese mobiles (MT6235BA), and thus likely runs the Nucleus Plus OS like the Sciphone i68+. The soldered in battery is a bit unusual - probably internal RAM backup (in which case we'd better hope Tom had nothing irreplaceable in there!)

AshbySoft: ZTE-G X930 Insides (last edited 2011-02-12 17:18:44 by Phlash)