iFixit wants to know what makes the Moto X work.

Much hype surrounded the launch of the Moto X smartphone earlier this month as the handset is the first from Motorola since being acquired by Google last year.

So what's behind all that touchless technology that helped the Moto X make headlines? The folks at iFixit are tearing into the handset to learn more.

Can you see any Google inside? The iFixit elves had a little trouble digging into the Moto X due to the adhesive keeping it together.
A look at the 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
The Moto X offers a 10-megapixel primary camera which can be activated without pressing a button by twisting the phone horizontally twice. It’s called Quick Capture, and Google says you’ll be taking photos in three seconds flat.

You can see iFixit's full teardown here, along with their repairability score for the device.