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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.
+[* 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|new_window=true]''" 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 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.