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Nokia N8 Components cost 187USD (Same as iPhone 4 16GB) says iSuppli

A tear down of the Nokia N8 by El Segundo, California-based iSuppli has revealed an estimated components cost of 187.47. The iPhone 4 out of interest cost 187.51. Shockingly 4 cents difference in production whilst final cost of the N8 is around 549USD (much cheaper elsewhere btw if not buying from Nokia.com) whereas the iPhone 4 is 748.99. Over priced, over inflated iNess anyone?

The estimate doesn’t include costs for items such as labour, shipping, advertising, software development, patent licensing and general R&D.

According to Bloomberg,

“Samsung supplied the 3.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen, similar to that used in its own handsets,”. I wonder where the E7 screen came from. hmmm…

The camera component cost apparently 31.08USD, a bit of difference from Eldar’s 70EUR estimate.

via Bloomberg

Thanks to Rich Hafley for the heads up to tips@mynokiablog.com

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  1. Roger Johnson
    October 13, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    If you’re an Apple investor, iPhones are great! Apple is raking it in! Yeeeah!

    If you’re anyone else in the world (that’s most people), iPhones are a HUGE rip off, especially when as everyone knows N8 has a FAR better camera, more colourful screen, loads more features and a much better OS. Thank you Nokia!

  2. kmmbd
    October 13, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    I don’t think the E7 display is from Samsung. The display is not pentile matrix, and SAMOLED is pentile. Also the camera unit costs a lot less than expected. I wonder why…

  3. Cocco Bill
    October 13, 2010 at 5:48 pm

    Eldar the Liar. Nuff said.

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