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[* black] Cables de-ZIF'd, we're clear to get a look at the display.
[* black] Spec-wise, the display is unchanged from the [guide|67385|Series 2|stepid=136477|new_window=true], with one key difference—it now functions as a multifrequency (LTE?) antenna.
[* icon_note] We'll be testing compatibility to see if the displays really are interchangeable.
[* black] This display has one fewer IC than last year. Probably wasn't important.
[* red] Analog Devices 343S00092 touch controller
- [* orange] NXP [https://www.nxp.com/packages/PN80V|80V18|new_window=true] NFC module
- [* yellow] Empty solder pad ([guide|67385|20211CP TD1628A|stepid=136477|new_window=true] goes here?)
+ [* orange] NXP Semiconductor [https://www.nxp.com/packages/PN80V|PN80V|new_window=true] NFC module
+ [* yellow] Texas Instruments TPS36372 display power management (likely)
+ [* green] Empty solder pad ([guide|67385|20211CP TD1628A|stepid=136477|new_window=true] goes here?)

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