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efan999
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re: Phase-change memory found in handset
efan999   12/2/2010 3:43:15 PM
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Well, what was the MCP label then? It is such a shame anyway. The only mobile handset in the world that used PRAM for a few minutes (and started malfunctioning due to overheating) is now dead. RIP!

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re: Phase-change memory found in handset
DestroCom   12/2/2010 3:23:31 PM
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@Volatile Memory - the article states that the DIE had the number KPS1N15EZA, often, dies will have a different part number that the actual part number. At least that's been the case in my experience.

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re: Phase-change memory found in handset
efan999   12/2/2010 2:20:18 PM
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Really? How come UBM TechInsights is so shy and cannot reveal the model number of the handset? And what exactly is KPS1N15EZA? A prototype? Samsung's "official" PRAM prototype was labeled KPS1215EZM, and the "commercial" PRAM MCPs were labeled K571228ACM and K571229ACM.

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re: Phase-change memory found in handset
resistion   12/2/2010 1:15:53 PM
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Looks like a battery guzzler, maybe 1 mA write current?

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