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  1. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown, Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • One hundred dollars. One Benjamin. A single C-note. That's the cost of a Amazon's New Kindle Fire HD 6. Let's see what your not-so-hard-earned cash buys you:

    • 6" high definition touchscreen with 1280 x 800 resolution at 252 ppi

    • Quad-Core processor with two cores running at 1.5 GHz and two cores at 1.2 GHz

    • 1 GB of RAM

    • 8 GB (4.5 GB available to user) or 16 GB (11.6 GB available to user) of internal storage

    • 802.11b, 802.11g, or 802.11n Single-antenna Wi-Fi + Accelerometer + Gyroscope + Bluetooth

    • VGA Front-facing Camera + 2.0 MP Rear-facing HD camera

  2. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 2, image 1 of 3 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 2, image 2 of 3 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 2, image 3 of 3
    • Good news, everyone! You won't need anything fancier than an opening pick to crack this case. Plastic clips and no adhesive secure the panel.

    • This looks familiar. It seems the Fire HD 6 is just a small Kindle Fire.

    • Already a very simple device, the Fire has undergone some serious streamlining internally (not to mention shrinking externally).

    • It looks to us like the motherboard, rear camera, battery, and speaker are all clearly available for easy removal...

  3. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 3, image 1 of 3 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 3, image 2 of 3 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 3, image 3 of 3
    • Or so we thought. The battery, while up on top and otherwise ready to roll, is suffering from separation anxiety.

    • Dear Amazon, can you please tone down the Kindle battery glue? Thank you.

    • Even with our plastic card, we had to use excessive force to pry the battery out.

    • The 3.7 V, 3400 mAh (12.6 Wh) Lithium-ion Polymer battery in the Kindle Fire HD 6 is pretty hefty at 60 grams—about one fifth of the total weight of the Fire.

    • Amazon promises about 8 hours of use, but warns that "results may vary."

    • For the record, the HDX 7" clocks in at 17.29 Wh and the original 7" Fire tablet had a 16.28 Wh capacity.

  4. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 4, image 1 of 3 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 4, image 2 of 3 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 4, image 3 of 3
    • Moving right along on the "removing modular components" train, we pull out the speaker, rear-facing camera, and finally (after all of that effort) the motherboard.

    • The 2.0 MP rear-facing camera is...well...a camera.

    • Which is great if you ever wanted 2005 flip-phone photography in a new unwieldy format.

    • According to Amazon, the rear-facing camera is capable of taking high-resolution photos (including panorama and HDR photos) and capturing 1080p HD video.

  5. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 5, image 1 of 1
    • These are the ICs that ignite the Kindle Fire HD 6:

    • SK Hynix H5TC4G63AFR 4 Gb (512 MB) DDR3L SDRAM (512 MB x 2 = 1 GB)

    • Toshiba THGBMBG6D1KBAIL 8 GB e-MMC NAND Flash

    • MediaTek MT8135V Applications Processor

    • MediaTek MT6397A 1425-ANAH EC4 AW80H

    • MediaTek MT6628TP Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Controller

    • SlimPort ANX3618 SlimPort Connectivity IC

    • Cypress Semiconductor CY8CTMA4 63-56LQI 1419 F 04 CYP620476

  6. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 6, image 1 of 1
    • A few straggler ICs reside on the back side of the motherboard:

    • Maxim Integrated MAX97236 Audio Amplifier with Jack Detection

    • M651 X171C1 L146

    • Novatek NT50357 1422-AD D7MN91

  7. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 7, image 1 of 2 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 7, image 2 of 2
    • Look ma, no optical adhesive! It's been a while since we've seen a tablet display come apart into non-fused glass and display components.

    • Definitely a design carryover from the original Fire.

    • The 6 inch, 1280 x 800 pixels (252 ppi) display is provided by LG Display.

    • The display glass assembly contains the digitizer and the VGA front-facing camera.

  8. Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 8, image 1 of 2 Kindle Fire HD 6 Teardown: step 8, image 2 of 2
    • Fire HD 6 Repairability Score: 8 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).

    • The rear case is very easy to open, granting trouble-free access to the internals.

    • All the fasteners found inside are T5 Torx screws—one non-proprietary screwdriver is all you need.

    • Simplistic design and limited functionality means fewer components and less headache for disassembly.

    • Battery adhesive is much stronger than necessary, which makes disassembly hazardous.

    • The glass panel is fused to the front plastic frame, meaning a heat gun is required for replacing cracked glass (or you have to replace both components together).

    • Lack of available replacement parts has limited repair options in other Kindle models. We can only hope this model doesn't share the same fate.

8 Comments

Simplistic refers to treating somthing as much simpler than it is.

In this case, calling partial disassembly into a few major subassembles, one of which contains more than 95% of the content of the device, a teardown, is a simplistic understanding of what a teardown is.

The design is clean and straight forward, but not simple, except perhaps to someone would would regard an automobile engine/transmission assembly as a component to be replaced rather than repaired.

gdrgry34fsdf324 - Ответить

Hey guys, does anyone know where I can purchase a glass replacement or the entire front glass housing? My son dropped it while coming out of the car, and the entire glass shattered. Thanks in advance :)

Anibal Alanis - Ответить

hey Anibal Alanis, you can buy it on Amazon or online shopping, check on google

http://hargasmartphone.id/harga-apple-ip...

irwansyah10 -

Nobody has these replacement screens. Amazon suggested just to buy a new one, of course! maybe in a few months, China will start cranking them out and I can finally fix my son's unit without spending $100

christy cunningham - Ответить

I don't know what if anything you did about this , as your post is 11 months old at this time, but I bought this same device from a neighbor for $20. It has a cracked screen. Cost to replace it? $100

cackalackyhacky -

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