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Our friends from Creative Electron drove all the way up from San Marcos, CA to provide us with some X-ray intelligence. These two rows of super-dense rectangles look like they're in the right spot to be the squeeze sensors. Our magnet is attracted to them through the case, but they are not magnets. We'll have to peel them out to learn their secrets. Looks like the vibration motor is (again) a linear oscillator.
  • Our friends from Creative Electron drove all the way up from San Marcos, CA to provide us with some X-ray intelligence.

  • These two rows of super-dense rectangles look like they're in the right spot to be the squeeze sensors. Our magnet is attracted to them through the case, but they are not magnets. We'll have to peel them out to learn their secrets.

  • Looks like the vibration motor is (again) a linear oscillator.

  • Despite being completely invisible to the naked eye, the Pixel 2 XL does sport antenna bands—those light spots around the perimeter of the rear case.

  • Even with our X-ray vision, we are not seeing a headphone jack...

Nuestros amigos de Creative Electron manejaron desde San Marcos, California, para brindarnos algo de inteligencia de rayos X

Estas dos filas de rectángulos súper densos parecen estar en el lugar correcto para ser los sensores de compresión. Nuestro imán se siente atraído por ellos a través del estuche, pero no son imanes. Tendremos que pelarlos para aprender sus secretos.

Parece que el motor de vibración es (de nuevo) un oscilador lineal.

A pesar de ser completamente invisible a simple vista, la Pixel 2 XL hace bandas de antenas deportivas, esos puntos de luz alrededor del perímetro de la carcasa trasera.

Incluso con nuestra visión de rayos X, no estamos viendo un conector para auriculares ...

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