Here’re the very first internal / disassembly pictures and chip level hardware details of Jolla Smartphone. The new 4G handset runs company’s proprietary gesture-based operating system Sailfish OS.
Powered by 1.4 GHz dual core Krait processor with 1 GB of RAM and Adreno 305 graphics, the Jolla phone comes with a 4.5-inch IPS display of qHD resolution. There’s a 8MP primary camera with LED flash alongside a 2MP front-facer. It sports 4G connectivity, NFC, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
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- The phone seems to be manufactured by Qisda Corporation
- Some subcomponents used on the phone seems to have been manufactured by “Truly Electronics” (Screen controller?, microSD/SIM sockets flex-board)
- The memory is a “Micron MT42L256M32D2LK-18” (labeled as D9QMM) it’s a low power DDR2 memory in a 216-ball FBGA package, soldered in top of the processor. Datasheet
- The main RF amplifier it’s an ACPM-7251 manufactured by “Avago Technologies”. Teoricaly, it supports GSM (850/900), EDGE (1800/1900), UMTS (850/900/2100) and LTE (850) Datasheet
- There is at least another LTE RF amplifier.
- The audio CODEC it’s a Qualcomm WCD9304.
- The PMIC it’s a Qualcomm PM8038.
- The NFC controller it’s an PN544 (labeled as 44701) manufactured by NXP Semiconductors. It supports read/write of ISO 14443–A, 14443-B, MIFARE, FeliCa and NFC Forum tags, and it can emulate such devices. There’s a good chance it’s already hooked up into the I2C bus, so it might be “hacked” and be used for something else than just reading TOHs. Datasheet