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[* black] While the display glass was held down with some easy to slice foam adhesive, the rear glass is a different story.
- [* icon_note] We're happy to see that Google still hasn't [guide|97482|given in|stepid=179021|new_window=true] to the glass back trend. This little bit of glass seems to bridge the gap between durability and antenna transmissivity.
+ [* icon_note] We're happy to see that Google still hasn't [guide|97482|given in|stepid=179021|new_window=true] to the full glass back trend. This little bit of glass seems to bridge the gap between durability and antenna transmissivity.
[* black] We suspect this thick pad of sticky adhesive is here as a shock absorber to protect the glass in falls. Whatever the reason, we had to bring plenty of heat.
[* black] This little antenna-laced cover pops off to reveal the front sensor cable, accessible only from the back after removing the glass.