Interesting finds from inside the phone include a massive heat pipe Ė significantly chunkier than the one the Galaxy S9 had. Also, the new Wireless PowerShare feature works with just a regular coil, no special hardware seems to have been added.
Removing the fingerprint reader leaves a transparent rectangle. The proximity and the ambient light sensors also live behind the display, the selfie camera gets a punch hole to peek through.
If you're wondering why the screen is all scratched up, Zack performed his usual scratch and burn tests a few days ago. The ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader was looking pretty solid, however cracks did render it unusable.
If i have to go through this much trouble and expense to get this phone repaired then i really don't see the sense in having it in the first place.
I'm not sure having 15% more perf for same drain allow to say you have same perf for 15% lesser drain, if the chip was built to deliver more perf by being the same size rather than having the same top perf by being smaller. But I Don't have enought k...