If you're the kind of person who enjoys seeing things taken apart and put back together, feast your eyes on the above video. [via inxperia]
Yep, that's a Sony Xperia X1 with its guts spilled out all over the place in a smoking heap of twisted metal. And that doesn't really bother us that much, seeing as how it's still a figment of our imagination.
OK, OK, our impatience is showing again. We're just itching to find out when the X1(a) will finally make its way over to our side of the world. Nov. 3 can't come soon enough.
In the meantime, head on over Inxperia and check out the other videos of the X1 being taken apart and put back together again.
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