I did find this teardown video on YouTube, hopefully he can let us know the battery model without anyone else having to disassemble their tablet to find out, I've done a replacement battery on my Nexus 4 (which is also not supposed to be dismantled), it's not as scary as you'd think and as long as you are careful and use proper precautions (remove the static producing t-shirt and shoes) you should be fine.You need to be registered to view this link, please log-in or register
Looking at the cameras also they seem to use the same kind of method (camera, ribbon cable and port on the mainboard) as existing phones/tablets so it may even be possible to install/replace a better model of camera but I'm guessing that would take a LOT of research and bravery to attempt.
From this thread where Iregore bravely opened up the beast, the battery model is a SR299198P, unfortunately a google search for that model only finds 2 links to one site which is obviously a trade site as they have a minimum order of 2000 items.You need to be registered to view this link, please log-in or register
I've tried e-mailing You need to be registered to view this link, please log-in or register
to see if they would stock a replacement or would be interested in providing these:
Hi, I tried to contact you using the form on your site but it's not functioning, just shows an error so I thought I'd e-mail instead.
I recently bought a Linx 7 tablet, I also post on a support forum for this device :http://www.linxtablet.co.uk/
We're looking into how possible it would be to replace the battery in this device if it failed, it's a very cheap tablet so, most of the time the best solution would be to order a replacement if it's outwith the warranty but some people like to support their own devices as you probably know.
Someone has opened the device and gave a nice picture of this :You need to be registered to view this link, please log-in or register
Would you stock this battery (or a compatible one) or do you know where one could be sourced as googling the part number only shows one trade site.
The part number is shown as:
+ NJ18 14k06
I would guess that selling this battery might be quite profitable as these tablets have been selling in huge numbers and a large number of users may want to support their own devices.
Let's see what they say.