While its construction remains (disappointingly) familiar repair-wise, we did find quite a few treats in this pumpkin:
The Motion Sense-managing Soli chip lives next to the speaker at the top of the phone, and is incredibly tiny, considering its functionality.
Our best guess is that the Pixel Neural core is layered under some dedicated Samsung RAM, meaning it must be doing some heavy lifting.
We also found a new Knowles audio processor chip, which is likely a major player in all of the new on-device speech recognition features.
Samsung made the 90 Hz-capable display—looks like Pixel beat the Galaxy phones to the punch on this feature.
But back to that familiar feeling—what will this phone score?
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