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According to iSuppli's teardown of the iPhone 5, Qualcomm (QCOM) is getting $34/unit for the...

According to iSuppli's teardown of the iPhone 5, Qualcomm (QCOM) is getting $34/unit for the phone's baseband and RF transceiver chips, up from $23.50 for the 4S. Qualcomm is also probably getting a few dollars more for a power management chip. SanDisk (SNDK), meanwhile, has been officially spotted as a NAND flash memory supplier - previous teardowns detected NAND flash from rivals. A Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/GPS module containing a Broadcom (BRCM) combo chip is believed to cost $5.
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