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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...

Nos amis de chez Creative Electron n'ont pas hésité à faire le long voyage jusqu'à San Marcos, CA pour nous procurer l'intelligence des rayons X.

Ces deux rangées de rectangles hyper denses semblent être au bon endroit pour capter le serrage. Notre aimant est attiré par eux à travers la coque, mais ce ne sont pas des aimants. Nous allons devoir les sortir de la coque pour dévoiler leurs secrets.

On dirait bien que le moteur du vibreur est (encore) à oscillations linéaires.

Bien que ce soit entièrement invisible à l'œil nu, le Pixel 2 XL comprend effectivement des bandes d'antenne – ces points lumineux sur le pourtour de la coque arrière.

Même aux rayons X, nulle trace d'une prise jack …

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