Did you pick yourself up a new Nexus S today and have been looking at it wondering what makes it tick? Well the fine folks over at iFixit have you covered! It was really only a matter of time before someone posted up a full teardown of this new device to see what Samsung had done. They discovered some interesting things about the Nexus S, here are some of them…
- Only the front glass panel is curved, the rest of the touchscreen components are flat as usual.
- It’s using the same low-power Broadcomm BCM4329GKUBG WiFi chip as the third generation iPod Touch.
- The internal storage is a SanDisk SDIN4C2 16GB MLC NAND flash chip, so there’s none of that soldered in SDcard monkey business we’ve seen with other recent devices.
- The front facing camera (640×480) and the rear 5MP camera share the same connector and are essentially one unit.
Now if you a real Android Nerd and want to look at the teardown step by step click here
Source: Android Central