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Samsung Galaxy S4 BoM pegged at $236

3/20/2013 08:18 PM EDT
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cordovan66
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cordovan66   3/21/2013 7:50:41 PM
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Regarding the broken link, remove the trailing period to make it work.

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m00nshine   3/21/2013 7:29:29 PM
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Better question is at vertically integrated company, what is true BOM cost when supplying to yourself?

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CommonSense1   3/21/2013 6:18:10 PM
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Link is still broken.

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Dave1010101   3/21/2013 4:09:13 PM
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Broken link on the "large image" of chart

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tangey   3/21/2013 3:17:02 PM
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Samsung CE is paying 50% more for an Soc from its own group, than it is from a 3rd party ? Question is, why bother ?

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eewiz   3/21/2013 3:58:54 AM
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236$ BOM and the phone is sold for ~600$. Theres a lot of room for other Asian vendors, to simply compete on price. I feel in another 3-5 years ASP of a top smartphone like this will drop to 300$. Already Nexus 4 and Xiaomi(top brand in china) are being sold for ~300$

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