Nokia Lumia 920 disassembly/internal photos (BP-4GW 2000mAh battery inside)

| November 7, 2012 | 19 Replies

Here’s a look at the guts of the Nokia Lumia 920. You can even see the big old 2000mAh battery.



We also got a different set of disassembly 920 photos from Aikon171 which can be found here

Source: FCC


Category: Nokia, S60

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  • Peter L

    Pretty standard stuff.

    Since the battery weighs 40g, wireless charging coil is very thin component that weighs next to nothing and even the OIS camera module is small and light, where does the weight that so many people bitch about is coming from?

    My guess: the huge slab of Gorilla Glass

    • Bob

      Massive chunk of curved glass. Nokia originally made the 900 with curved screen and the flat version is the one that made it to market, guess why…

      • Peter L

        There has been some conflicting information about this, but Lumia 920 uses the Gorilla Glass 1 instead of Gorilla Glass 2. They are equally strong, but the latter can be worked to 20% thinner.

        I wonder if using GG2 would’ve made any difference here.

        • if using gorilla glass 2 process into the gorilla glass 1 thickness, can they make a sturdier glass than those two mentioned? more like a gorilla glass 3 get my point?

  • Edgar Mkrtchyan

    same with all that it should remain the free space inside

  • Bob

    That Chinese link is a gay site.

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  • Harangue

    Already wondered about this yesterday when I came across these images, but there is a pretty big useless piece of board in the 920, the yellowish part. There is almost no chip residing on it so it probably only serves as some sort of bridgeboard between all the components.

    Looking at the 820 (and other phones) they have a more traditional board that is wrapped around the battery etc. there is no big slab of board in there.

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  • pezman726

    I see it has a Li-Polymer battery…I’ve looked online and haven’t found much about the differences (other than it can be made thinner and shaped differently) between Li-Ion and Li-Polymer.

    Anyone know if Li-Polymer will get me better battery life for longer? My current Li-Ion battery only will last me about 8 hours on a full charge barely using the phone!

    • dss

      “The Lithium Polymer is a branch of Li Ion. One of the major attributes it holds over the Li Ion is its ability to produced much smaller than the Lio Ion. This type of attribute is high seeked by the latest mobile technology manufacturers. Even though one of its drawbacks is that it more expensive to produce compared to the Li Ion.”

  • JGrove303

    LiPo batteries have better life spans compared to li-ion. Their capacity does not drop as fast as Li-ion. Handle more charge cycles and capacity does fall off with time nearly as bad over time.

    You can see that the battery is not shaped in any special way in this 920 and it also won’t lose 1/3 of it’s capacity by just existing over the course of a year.

    • pezman726

      Thanks for the bit of info!

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