The DIY repair proponents at iFixit have gotten their hands on Motorola's latest Android handset—the Droid Bionic—and managed to disassemble it with just one screwdriver and a spudger. The design is not unlike other recent Moto smartphones, including the Droid 3 and Droid X2, and features a large 4.3" qHD screen. While the design doesn't break any new ground, the battery and microSD card are easy to access. The rest of the device is also easy to repair—a plus for tinkerers and those willing to take on repairs themselves.
The Bionic, which first appeared at CES in January, is touted as the thinnest 4G LTE handset. That may be true for its thinnest point at 0.43", but like the Droid X and X2, a larger bump at the top of the device is significantly thicker at 0.52". (For comparison, the iPhone is just 0.37" thick.)