Elephone S7’s motherboard dissected


Elephone are currently feverishly working on their newest Elephone S7 model and now we have a chance to look under the hood for a bit. We already seen the visual looks and the design before so we know that the S7 will be quite a looker, but this time the look is really going inside.

Allegedly the phone should be already released in September, but it’s so far only unconfirmed rumors. Today the Elephone themselves provided two photos of the phone’s motherboard so we can check what’s going on.

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In the first picture you can see the RAM marked by the red square, but the CPU is nowhere to be seen. It’s probably because S7 should be using the PoP method (Package on Package), which means the RAM is placed on the top of the CPU so it’s saving space for more hardware.

The company claims that most of the assembly work is already done and if everything goes according to the plan we should see the Elephone S7 soon for reals.

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9 Comments

  1. Joel Adames
    August 5, 2016

    Bla bla bla, elecrap … Will we ever see a decently times elecrap to come out of the office.?

    • E8hffff
      August 5, 2016

      Man the daggers…

  2. Joel Adames
    August 5, 2016

    Bla bla bla, elecrap … Will we ever see a decently timed elecrap to come out of the office.?

    • E8hffff
      August 6, 2016

      Man the daggers…

  3. Chandan Mitra
    August 8, 2016

    Tell me one thing?? What is the benefit?? Does the side of the device reduce with the weight?

  4. PhoneFix
    August 8, 2016

    Woow can’t wait … hope X20 will be preseeent as promisseeeed 🙂

  5. Chandan Mitra
    August 8, 2016

    Tell me one thing?? What is the benefit?? Does the side of the device reduce with the weight?

  6. JTiG
    August 9, 2016

    looking nice, hopefully they can implement some extra features will the extra space they get 🙂

  7. JTiG
    August 9, 2016

    looking nice, hopefully they can implement some extra features will the extra space they get 🙂