Last Updated: May 05,2010
I cant see the video while I am at work but I wonder if they were able to confirm that the wireless chip supports N like the N1.
Notice at 1:50 how large the camera assy is. It stands up well above the circuit board, and that's the reason "lens cover" has to stick out beyond the edge of the back.
I watched the video and read the comments but it didnt answer the question i've been wondering about. Did this reveal a wireless chip that is N compatible?
Anyone notice the moisture sticker on the inside of the Micro-USB port? That would get you every time if you had a moisture issue.
I put up this comment at end of article:
"Any chance of putting up some high resolution photos?
I'm very curious which wireless chip is in there. Did you identify wireless chip? Is it the Broadcom BCM4329EKUBG?"
I hope they answer. I would love to get N on this phone eventually.
Would that be the pink sticker at 1:36?
I had taken my Inc apart this morning with the idea that maybe I'd be the first to post up some pics of it taken apart, but boy was I wrong.
Either way, you can see the numbers on most of the chips except a couple that are hidden behind some metal shielding, one of those will probably be the wireless, in which case you can't see the numbers. The flash, RAM and CPU are easily seen as well as some of the radio chips.
that's a sick ass video! thanks for the link.
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