UC3L inside Galaxy SIV

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Grats! Seems like it's customized version. I cannot find ATMEL UC128L5-U anywhere.

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kblomqvist wrote:
Grats! Seems like it's customized version. I cannot find ATMEL UC128L5-U anywhere.

UC128L3-U is 64 pin and UC128L4-U is 48 pin UC3L part, so maybe the "5" means a new package (smaller?).

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is that the touch controller IC?

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Although they do have AVR internally, The touch screen controller would have an mXT... number, surely ?

 

http://www.atmel.com/microsite/m...

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