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For the past 4 days, I've been trying to locate this socket, but I'm really struggling. This is now my 3rd attempt at getting help, so I would really appreciate someone more technical, that could help locate/identify it. I've tried searching for the numbers/logos, but can't seem to find anything with google/bing.

The information on the front of the sensor reads: "PT052-N-C4-V1 (IDT?) MK 1820 20180227 142", & the back reads: "PT052-N-S8_V1 180228 (IDT?) 1820 MK".

The closest thing I could find on this topic was another question on StackExchange located here. That lead me down a deeper hole, & I think I may be really close, but I'm not sure. These are the two products I've found that look like they would work. AXT514124 | F4S(0.4mm pitch) & Molex 5024261430

The Header has two rows of 7 pins each, for a total of 14 pins. The pin pitch is 0.35mm-0.4mm. I'm fairly confident that it's 0.4mm, but I would like to find both a 0.35mm & a 0.4mm connector, just to make sure one of them works.

This is the part from iFixit It's a Google Pixel 3 XL Left Pressure Sensor. enter image description here

This is a closeup of the header with a little more information on it. It looks like it says "1b" & "H?5". Not sure if that info is relevant. enter image description here

This photo is the dimensions of the header. The whole size is 4.75mm x 1.25mm. The negative space inside the header measures in at 3.35mm x 0.8mm. enter image description here

So after it being pointed out (Thanks, brhans & Dave Tweed) that this is a Hirose header, I've been looking at their lineup & nothing really seems to be matching up all the way. The BM23PF is closest header I could find that somewhat matches my dimensions. I strongly believe this has to be a 0.4mm pin spacing.

This is the BM23PF overplayed onto my header. enter image description here

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    \$\begingroup\$ The left marking is a stylized "HRS" for Hirose \$\endgroup\$
    – brhans
    Feb 21, 2020 at 18:41

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It looks like a Hirose BM23PF to me.
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The shape of the metal bits on the ends appears to match closely with your photo and the dimensions look fairly close to what you've measured.
Digikey link

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Brhans, I added an edit to my original post, detailing the BM23PF. \$\endgroup\$ Feb 22, 2020 at 1:41
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Since that looks a lot like the Hirose logo, I checked their website and quickly found the BM46 series connectors, which seem to match your photo and description fairly closely. It's possible that you're looking at a custom variation of this standard part.

Hirose BM46

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Dave, I appreciate being pointed in the right direction, but these seem to have come out after the Google Pixel 3. They were announced at CES in 2019. \$\endgroup\$ Feb 22, 2020 at 1:45
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Molex also has a line called SlimStack for board to board connectors.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ I've already looked at molex yesterday, but I went through all of them & downloaded the 3D models of each socket/header that had 14 pins & compared to my model. Unfortunately they don't seem like they would match up. \$\endgroup\$ Feb 22, 2020 at 1:43

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