The FCC Take a Look Inside the Motorola Bravo

The FCC has taken apart the Motorola Bravo and pictured it to let us see what’s inside. The reason the FCC do tests is to make sure that each device sold adheres to the guidelines in regards to frequencies and what not.

What we see on the image below is what goes on inside the Bravo. We see a number of chips on there with the 800MHz TI OMAP processor and iNAND flash memory from Sandisk. A camera sensor is also on show (top of the middle image) as well as a SIM card slot.

The device falls in to the budget price category and costs just a single cent when purchased on a two year agreement on the AT&T network. Not bad if you ask me!

The operating system running on the smartphone is the Android OS and the device has a 3.7 inch screen along with 2GB of memory. The small camera you can see on the pictures below is capable of capturing at 3 megapixels. For connectivity, it has bluetooth and WiFi. Although it’s classed as budget, it still has some fairly good specs in there for that “category” of device.

Via: Ubergizmo

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