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The main board

Touchy-feely

Tegra inside

The back side

The folks at Chipworks cracked open the Kin Two. Here's a look at what they found, starting with the main circuit board.
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Here's the Kin's touch screen and controller chip, which appears to be from Synaptics.
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Nvidia's Tegra is indeed powering the Kin, though the chip was initially hard to find, Chipworks said, given that it was underneath another chip as part of some stacked packaging.
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The back of the device, including the keyboard and flash memory chip from Samsung and a sensor from STmicroelectronics.
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