Actually, there isn't a part number mismatch with Samsung's catalog. Samsung just listed the part number in a confusing way. The catalog lists "K3PE7E700M-XG(1)", but the "(1)" isn't actually part of the part number, it's a footnote below the table, which says that the "(1)" stands for two letters that designate the speed. Since this particular part is LPDDR2, the corresponding designation is "C1". So the part number in its entirety is "K3PE7E700M-XGC1", which is exactly the part we are looking at. Since this is an exact match, we can be pretty confident that this is an 8Gb module, and ChipWorks made an error in their listing.
As for the location of the SoC, I'm just going by what ChipWorks has said in the past with their analysis of devices that also happen to use the K3PE7E700M, but I understand that you don't want to speculate without further verification. Are you planning to de-cap the chip in the future? Many of us are curious whether the OMAP4460 has distinguishing marks compared to the 4430.
According to Samsung: http://www.samsung.com/us/business/oem-s... the K3PE7E700M-XGC1 is a 1GB LPDDR2 memory package.
According to ABIResearch: http://www.abiresearch.com/research/1008... the KMVYL000LM MCP houses 16GB of NAND flash and only 64MB of SDRAM.
The OMAP4460 is almost certainly underneath the K3PE7E700M-XGC1, not the KMVYL000LM. I tried to make these corrections but those changes were denied. Apologies if that is not allowed here. Let me know how I can help get the correct information there.
Did you guys find it strange how little EMI shielding is in this phone? Could explain the volume control bug, perhaps? Especially with how close the volume control ribbon is to the radio amplifier.
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