Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 8.9 gets an FCC tear down
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 8.9 first passed through the FCC back in May, winning support for dual-band Wireless-N WiFi and Bluetooth. Today, the FCC released internal photos of the device, giving us a good look inside the sleek device which measures just 0.34-inches thin.
Most of the Galaxy Tab 8.9’s interior is consumed by a 600 mAh battery (model SP368487A). The device’s main circuit board is located below the battery, while the Tab’s camera components are placed above the battery. Ribbon cables connect these two components, as well as the device’s 8.9-inch WXGA (1280×800) TFT display.
A closer look at the Galaxy Tab 8.9’s main circuit board shows Samsung SDRAM and Flash memory. We don’t get a good look at the Tab’s processor, however.
Check out the full FCC teardown gallery below.