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[* black] Finally! We found some serious chips.
[* black] This iPod features the same A4 processor that's found in the [guide|2183|iPad] and [guide|3130|iPhone 4]. The Toshiba chip is very similar to the one which was present in the [guide|2183|iPad] in the FCC teardown, that was replaced by a Samsung one.
[* red] The key marking of interest on the A4 processor package is ***K4X2G643GE***. This is identical to the marking found on the [guide|2183|iPad processor|stepid=11198], but different from the [guide|3130|iPhone 4 processor|stepid=15343]. The iPad has 256 MB RAM, while the iPhone 4 features 512 MB. Unfortunately, this means that like the iPad, the new iPod Touch includes only 256 MB of RAM.
[* blue] The NAND flash memory is now provided by Toshiba, not Samsung like that of the iPad.
-[* orange] Probably the WiFi and Bluetooth-Chip.
+[* orange] Murata KM0727121 Wi-Fi module
[* icon_note] And no, there's no RAM upgrade slot.