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Teardown.com disassembled the Samsung Galaxy S5.(Source: Teardown.com)
Teardown.com disassembled the Samsung Galaxy S5.
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goafrit
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Re: This could be a great deal
goafrit   4/10/2014 1:26:02 PM
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In 100 years, all electronics devices will have NSA Data Recorder! Hope someone can quote this post then.

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Joel-Teardown   4/8/2014 10:19:45 PM
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The Teardown did contain the newest Samsung Exynos. We'll be doing the LTE version soon.

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rick merritt   4/8/2014 4:52:36 PM
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@Joel: I hope you will do a teardown of the 8-core Exynos, too.

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Re: Seems better than current Iphone 5S
elctrnx_lyf   4/8/2014 2:22:25 PM
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Looks like its time to switch to samsung.

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Seems better than current Iphone 5S
joe82   4/7/2014 10:56:58 PM
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Definitely a great appeal. Samsung is getter better and better. I have owned Iphone 3, 4, 4S and 5S. 5S has just too many problems such as low speaker volume and software issues. I think Samsung just hit it right this time.


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jnissen   4/7/2014 3:35:16 PM
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Agree. Now we clearly have two significatnly advanced platforms which the NSA can surveil us from.

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Broadcom BCM4354
Joel-Teardown   4/7/2014 1:45:03 PM
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We have validated that the Samsung Galaxy S5 does have the newest Broadcomm 5G chip. More on our site www.teardown.com

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Re: This could be a great deal
goafrit   4/7/2014 1:06:19 PM
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I truly like this Samsung. From selfies with the President to teardowns, they know how to present an image of quality and imagination. Great technology firm which all must be grateful to have avoided a one-world Apple domination.

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