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Next point on our checklist—a huge flex cable we've never seen before!

After the removal of another metal shield and two antenna cables, we go on and lift out the flex cable.

To our surprise, we get not only the flex cable but the complete daughterboard as well. It's glued to the USB-C port, which is equipped with an IP67-approved rubber gasket.

We're happy to see a fairly modular USB-C port here. If (or when) it finally gives out, you'll just have to replace this big flex cable along with it.

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