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Düzenleyen: Jeff Suovanen

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[* black] Though this Mate is only rated IP53, the SIM card tray is equipped with a rubber gasket—something we usually see on "''[https://www.ifixit.com/News/your-phone-is-never-waterproof-no-matter-what-the-maker-says|waterproof]''" smartphones these days.
[* icon_note] Slot 1 of this SIM tray is reserved for 5G cards, whereas slot 2 only accepts up to 4G cards.
-[* black] To our surprise, we are able to get the back cover off lickety split—no heat required! It feels like this phone came straight from the production line, and the adhesive hasn't had too much time to bond.
- [* icon_note] We doubt that a [product|IF145-361|suction handle|new_window=true] and a halberd spudger alone will suffice after countless hours in pockets and purses.
-[* black] A generous fingerprint flex cable gives us plenty of room to handle the next layer.
+[* black] To our surprise, we get the glued-down back cover off lickety-split—no heat required! A [product|IF145-361|suction handle|new_window=true] and a halberd spudger separates everything nicely.
+ [* icon_note] Adhesives can harden with age, so maybe next time won't be so easy—but our fresh-from-the-factory unit was very cooperative.
+[* black] A generously proportioned fingerprint flex cable keeps the back cover tethered for now, but it's such a long leash that we don't mind. On to the next layer.