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-[* black] With a little encouragement, the [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QHD#qHD_.28960.C3.97540.29|qHD] LCD lifts out of the front bezel.
+[* black] With a little encouragement, the [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QHD#qHD_.28960.C3.97540.29|qHD] LCD lifts out of the Gorilla Glass-equipped front panel.
[* black] The screen in the Droid 3 is 0.3" larger than the screens in both of its predecessors, measuring in at a total of 4". It also has a higher resolution, at 960 x 540 pixels.
[* black] The ribbon cable attached to the rear of the LCD holds the earpiece speaker, the front-facing camera, the ambient light sensor, and the notification LED. Phew!
[* black] All of these components on one ribbon cable makes disassembly easy, but repair costly.
[* red] An Atmel MXT224E capacitive touchscreen controller can be found within the front panel.