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Now that we've removed nearly everything else, we can finally make that trip to the silicon bar. Here's what's on tap today: Samsung KLUEG8UHDB-C2E1 256GB UFS 3.1 Strangely this Samsung seems to be replaced in the Pro+ and RS models by Huawei’s self-developed SFS 1.0 flash memory according to a teardown from Gizmochina’s  Jed John Ikoba.
  • Now that we've removed nearly everything else, we can finally make that trip to the silicon bar. Here's what's on tap today:

  • Samsung KLUEG8UHDB-C2E1 256GB UFS 3.1

  • Strangely this Samsung seems to be replaced in the Pro+ and RS models by Huawei’s self-developed SFS 1.0 flash memory according to a teardown from Gizmochina’s Jed John Ikoba.

  • A never-before-seen Chengyan K3LK3K30EM-CGCN LPDDR5 SDRAM from SEC (Samsung Electronics Corporation) layered over the 5 nm Kirin 9000 5G SoC with octa-core CPU (1x3.13 GHz Cortex-A77 & 3x2.54 GHz Cortex-A77 & 4x2.05 GHz Cortex-A55) & Mali-G78 MP24 GPU

  • HiSilicon Hi1105 Wi-Fi 6 module

  • HiSilicon Hi6365 RF Transceiver (as seen in the Mate 20x)

  • HiSilicon Hi6525 Power management (top) and HiSilicon Hi6D05 Power amplifier (bottom)

  • Dot projector

Jetzt ist fast alles andere weg, kümmern wir uns um die Hauptplatine. Dort wird uns heute serviert:

Samsung KLUEG8UHDB-C2E1 256GB UFS 3.1

Dieser Samsung Chip scheint in den Pro+ und RS Modellen komischerweise durch Huaweis selbst entwickelten SFS 1.0 Chip ersetzt zu werden, das sagt zumindest der Teardown von Jed John Ikoba bei Gizmochina

Ganz neue Chengyan K3LK3K3 LPDDR5 SDRAM von SEC (Samsung Electronics Corporation) über dem 5 nm Kirin 9000 5G SoC mit Octa-Core CPU (1x3,13 GHz Cortex-A77 & 3x2,54 GHz Cortex-A77 & 4x2,05 GHz Cortex-A55) & Mali-G78 MP24 GPU

HiSilicon Hi1105 Wi-Fi 6 Modul

HiSilicon Hi6365 RF Transceiver (wie im Mate 20x)

HiSilicon Hi6525 Power Management (oben) und HiSilicon Hi6D05 Power Amplifier (unten)

Dot Projector

[* black] Now that we've removed nearly everything else, we can finally make that trip to the silicon bar. Here's what's on tap today:
[* red] Samsung KLUEG8UHDB-C2E1 256GB UFS 3.1
[* icon_note] Strangely this Samsung seems to be replaced in the Pro+ and RS models by Huawei’s self-developed SFS 1.0 flash memory according to a teardown from Gizmochina’s [https://www.gizmochina.com/2020/11/03/the-mate-40-rs-teardown-gives-us-our-first-look-at-the-in-house-memory-chip/|Jed John Ikoba|new_window=true].
[* orange] A never-before-seen Chengyan K3LK3K3K3LK3K30EM-CGCN LPDDR5 SDRAM from SEC (Samsung Electronics Corporation) layered over the 5 nm Kirin 9000 5G SoC with octa-core CPU (1x3.13 GHz Cortex-A77 & 3x2.54 GHz Cortex-A77 & 4x2.05 GHz Cortex-A55) & Mali-G78 MP24 GPU
[* orange] A never-before-seen Chengyan K3LK3K3K3LK3K30EM-CGCN LPDDR5 SDRAM from SEC (Samsung Electronics Corporation) layered over the 5 nm Kirin 9000 5G SoC with octa-core CPU (1x3.13 GHz Cortex-A77 & 3x2.54 GHz Cortex-A77 & 4x2.05 GHz Cortex-A55) & Mali-G78 MP24 GPU
[* yellow] HiSilicon Hi1105 Wi-Fi 6 module
[* green] HiSilicon Hi6365 RF Transceiver ([guide|124808|as seen in the Mate 20x|stepid=241287|new_window=true])
[* light_blue] HiSilicon Hi6525 Power management (top) and HiSilicon Hi6D05 Power amplifier (bottom)
[* blue] Dot projector

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