Nokia Lumia 900 torn down (video)

TechRepublic has published a tear down of the Nokia Lumia 900.  The breakdown revealed the following bits, and no surprises like a hidden NFC chip or anything similar.

Our Lumia 900 test unit has the following hardware:

  • 1.4 GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 (APQ8055) processor (with Adreno 205 GPU)
  • Elpida B4064B2PD-6D-F 2Gb LP DDR2 DRAM (512 MB)
  • 16GB NAND flash chip
  • Qualcomm MDM9200 3G/4G wireless modem
  • 4.3? AMOLED display (800 x 480)
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 1MP front-facing camera
  • 3.7V, 1,830 mAh Li-Ion battery (BP-6EW)
  • Atmel mXT224 touchscreen controller (MXT-N0K1 CCU-1R0 1G3818B)
  • Unknown A926 T44V 10MUCP 8F1586
  • Unknown PPGC TI 1B1 A7L8
  • Broadcom BCM4329 Low-Power 802.11n with Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and FM (BCM4329EKUBG)
  • Qualcomm PM8058 power management IC
  • Qualcomm QTR8600 RF Transceiver (QTR8615L ACV313.0 H41470A7)
  • Avago ACPM-7868 Power Amplifier Module Linear Quad-Band GSM/EDGE
  • COPAL C17 A1 6800058
  • SMSC USB2512B USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Hub Controller
  • Unknown AGD2 2135 LVPET
  • Qualcomm PM8028 power management IC
  • A5005 K1143 0AGHVY
  • A5017 Kee47 ECO44
  • A5001 K1150 0A6SKH
  • A5002 K1144 0AGJZ3
  • TDK-EPC QRF3001F 151158-48B

They claim the “mediocre” hardware enabled the low price, but of course I suspect it has much more to do with Nokia’s logistics, given that we have not seen other Windows Phone OEMs manage this.

Read more at Techrepublic here.

Via The Verge.com


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