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  1. milan03's Avatar
    No. Just no.

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    No what? I get that it may be hard to comprehend, not sure if I can dumb it down more for ya.
    Here read this: AnandTech - Hands on and Impressions from the HTC One - Formerly M7

    "Plastic is injected into the aluminum block after certain cuts are made for the back case, which then gets machined into the final form. The One uses the top and bottom aluminum strips for antennas, both of which are actively tuned to mitigate unintended attenuation from being held. Theres a plastic insulative strip in-between the two antennas and the main body. In spite of being aluminum, the One also includes NFC, whose active area surrounds the camera region."

    Is there anything else you don't understand?
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    03-02-2013 08:21 PM
  2. milan03's Avatar
    Except that the stirps don't entirely seperate the unibody. They are set in a channel in the unibody, which is still connected under the plastic strip. I posted a link to back up my claims. Go watch the section of the HTC announcement where they actually talk about this and go into fairly deep detail about the antenna and the polycarbonate. After that, then come back. Unless you don't want to do any research beyond looking at a picture from an FCC filing that you obviously don't understand.
    I never said that they're entirely separating the entire unibody. Go back and read. It's zero gap construction technique where they inject polycarbonate molding into the aluminum unibody. It mitigates the antenna attenuation.
    03-02-2013 08:27 PM
  3. JHBThree's Avatar
    No what? I get that it may be hard to comprehend, not sure if I can dumb it down more for ya.
    Here read this: AnandTech - Hands on and Impressions from the HTC One - Formerly M7

    "Plastic is injected into the aluminum block after certain cuts are made for the back case, which then gets machined into the final form. The One uses the top and bottom aluminum strips for antennas, both of which are actively tuned to mitigate unintended attenuation from being held. Theres a plastic insulative strip in-between the two antennas and the main body. In spite of being aluminum, the One also includes NFC, whose active area surrounds the camera region."

    Is there anything else you don't understand?
    HTC has said point blank that the antennae are integrated into that band. It is irrelevant what any 3rd party has to say when the manufacturer itself says otherwise.
    03-02-2013 11:35 PM
  4. milan03's Avatar
    HTC has said point blank that the antennae are integrated into that band. It is irrelevant what any 3rd party has to say when the manufacturer itself says otherwise.
    Yet, you can't even provide us with the link from the manufacturer that supports your claim.
    Cool story bro!
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    03-03-2013 12:01 AM
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