If you are like me, then you love to see what's inside a gadget that makes it work!
The Lumia 800 recently got torn apart by Bill Detwiler from techrepublic.
The Lumia 800 consists of the following hardware
- 1.4 GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 (MSM8255T) processor (with Adreno 205 GPU)
- Elpida B4064B2PD-6D-F 2Gb LP DDR2 DRAM (512 MB)
- 16GB Hynix NAND flash chip (H26M52002CKR)
- 3.7″ AMOLED display (800 x 480)
- 8 MP rear-facing camera
- 3.8V, 1,450 mAh Li-Ion battery
- Atmel mXT224 touchscreen controller (MXT-N0K1 CCU-1R6 1G4456B)
- Broadcom BCM4329 Low-Power 802.11n with Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and FM (BCM4329EKUBG)
- Qualcomm PM8058 power management IC
- Qualcomm QTR8200 RF Transceiver
- TriQuint TQM7M5013 Quad-Band GSM / GPRS / EDGE-Linear Power Amplifier Module
- AAC Technologies ELV1411A X Direction Linear Vibrator (vibratior motor)
The Lumia 800 measures 116.5 mm (H) x 61.2 mm (W) x 12.1 mm (D) and weighs 142 grams.
With a single core processor of 1.4gHz, the battery is 1440mAh (less than typical android phones)
See video of stripdown HERE