Mobile Devices

Sony Ericsson P900 Mobile Phone Teardown

03 August 2004
The following is an overview of a teardown analysis conducted by IHS Benchmarking.

 Sony Ericsson P900 Mobile Phone - Main Image Sony Ericsson P900 Mobile Phone - Main Image

  • Second generation update to Sony Ericsson P800 utilizing Philips Nexperia based mobile multimedia processor.
  • Core processor is 156MHz Arm 9 based.
  • Optimized to meet full feature multimedia requirements whilst reducing time to market by incorporating color touch screen support, built in camera support, organizer functions, Bluetooth connectivity and Internet access.
  • Improved user interface though use of Symbian UIQ 2.1platform running on Symbian OS 7.0
  • Tri-band GSM/GPRS
  • Integrated VGA Camera (CMOS sensor)
  • Microprocessor - ASIC (Philips Manufacturer) - ARM Core 9
  • Symbian OS v7.0
  • 16 MB flash memory
  • Memory Stick compatible
  • RF/Baseband Summary:
    • Uses a complete Ericsson solution from RF transceiver to baseband.
    • Two chip baseband solution, analog and baseband, with seperate power management IC.
    • Uses a Bluetooth transceiver module, with RF transceiver and filtering, and a seperate Bluetooth processor. A single chip Bluetooth solution should be more cost effective.

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