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[* black] Chips on a board. Kinda like ants on a log.
[* blackred] STMicroelectronics LIS331DLH (2233/DSH/GFGHA) ultra low-power, high performance, three-axis linear accelerometer
[* black] TIorange] Texas Instruments 27C245I
[* blackyellow] Broadcom BCM5976 Touchscreen Controller
[* blackgreen] Apple A6 Application Processor
[* blackblue] Qualcomm MDM9615M LTE Modem
[* blackviolet] RTR8600 Multi-band/mode RF transceiver, the same one found in the [http://www.techrepublic.com/photos/cracking-open-the-samsung-galaxy-s-iii-t-mobile/6370767?seq=43|Samsung Galaxy S III]
[* blackred] STMicroelectronics LIS331DLH (2233/DSH/GFGHA) ultra low-power, high performance, three-axis linear accelerometer
[* black] TIorange] Texas Instruments 27C245I
[* blackyellow] Broadcom BCM5976 Touchscreen Controller
[* blackgreen] Apple A6 Application Processor
[* blackblue] Qualcomm MDM9615M LTE Modem
[* blackviolet] RTR8600 Multi-band/mode RF transceiver, the same one found in the [http://www.techrepublic.com/photos/cracking-open-the-samsung-galaxy-s-iii-t-mobile/6370767?seq=43|Samsung Galaxy S III]

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