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Default Back panel Hole next to Camera lense

Hello,

Just curious , on the back of my xperia Z , to the right of the camera lense there is a little hole

i thought at first there was glass over it , but seems to actually be a hole

anyone know what's up with this
 
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It is a secondary microphone for back camera.

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It is a secondary microphone for back camera.

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So should it should be an actual hole then, and not something covered like a camera lense
 
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It is a secondary microphone for back camera.

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It's used for another thing too.



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Hello,

Just curious , on the back of my xperia Z , to the right of the camera lense there is a little hole

i thought at first there was glass over it , but seems to actually be a hole

anyone know what's up with this

It's the microphone for noise cancelling during calls (and also in video recording)
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