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That wasn't so bad! Things are looking up for the 5X as we get our first glimpse at the interior of the phone. The Wi-Fi, MIMO, and GPS antennae still reside on the rear case, along with the NFC antenna which formerly lived on its own control board. Unfortunately,  those super convenient labels from the Nexus 5 have transformed into cryptic codes. Luckily, this sticker on the inside of the back panel has all the essentials: IMEI, country of origin, and the model number: LG-H790.
  • That wasn't so bad! Things are looking up for the 5X as we get our first glimpse at the interior of the phone.

  • The Wi-Fi, MIMO, and GPS antennae still reside on the rear case, along with the NFC antenna which formerly lived on its own control board. Unfortunately, those super convenient labels from the Nexus 5 have transformed into cryptic codes.

  • Luckily, this sticker on the inside of the back panel has all the essentials: IMEI, country of origin, and the model number: LG-H790.

  • Our spirits soared as we spied the 2700 mAh battery sitting in plain view—a removable battery is hard to come by these days.

  • But alas, it was not to be. The battery connector is squirreled away beneath the midframe, and it's totally inaccessible for now.

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