Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Teardown Reveals $270 Worth Of Components

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The new Galaxy Note 3 from Samsung is one hell of a device. With a 5.7-inch display fit inside a super compact frame which is nearly as large as the original Galaxy Note (albeit, with a 5.3-inch display instead), the Note 3 is the pocketable powerhouse that we've been waiting for (Sony's Xperia Z Ultra is a little too big).

The same phone has been subjected to a full tear down treatment, which ultimately revealed the BoM for the phone. The components for each Galaxy Note 3 costs Samsung $270. Compare that to the $750 retail pricing and you begin to wonder why the difference (profit margin) is so large. That's because BoM doesn't take into account the massive amounts of money spent on R&D, marketing & advertising as well as for assembly, packaging and delivery of the product.

Check out the full tear down treatment by following the source link posted below.

Source Tech Insights
Channel Phones
Topics Samsung, Galaxy Note 3, Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Tear down