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Smartphones are getting lighter every year, but they can do more and more! With every inch of gold and such a thin body, how do manufacturers overcome the limitations of these bodies to create something light and powerful?
First of all, let's take a look at the three "placeholdings" of smart phone parts,BOE displays which are also the places that various brands are trying to conquer, respectively, the back cover, the battery, the screen!
These three main components almost control the body and function of the smartphone. If one of them doesn't achieve weight loss, it may sacrifice the thickness or functionality of the body because there isn't enough room for more stuff, or because you want to put more stuff in but can't shrink the size of the phone!
It's plastic. Glass. Metal! Which of these three materials is the lightest and most durable?
In order to realize the dream of lightness and elegance, plastic is almost the easiest to form and quite durable materials,oled manufacturer but in recent years, because of the pursuit of texture, and from plastic to glass, and then to metal, in response to the trend of wireless charging in the past two years, and began to return from metal to glass.
But whether it is metal or glass, the current mature technology has overcome the solution, so that thin, strong, beautiful balance can be achieved between the three!
The greater the power, the greater the thickness. If it's thin, the battery capacity gets smaller. There are also security issues to consider.
In terms of batteries, a complete battery has recently evolved into a two-piece or stacked battery structure. In addition, some manufacturers are also responding to the introduction of new technology, importing thinner, higher cost, larger capacity batteries, capacity up to Mach 4000 to 5500, but there are also manufacturers in order to cost, willing to give up this part of the investment. Instead, they use small capacity batteries to solve the volume problem (less power, less relative to the size and thickness of the battery), however, this can directly lead to short battery life, resulting in poor user experience (frequent charging), so you will see some brands still using 29xxmAh to 32xmAh flagships. This is also a trade-off between the two, how to balance the competition between the two, but also the real test of the abacus cost between brands!
Screen type that the average consumer won't notice :LCD vs organic light-emitting Diode.
So, what about screens? Traditional LCD panel technology, in the hardware architecture needs backlight module (backlight), LCD control panel, touch panel and other data and through the color filter, surface work in addition to we want to strengthen the glass market, but also need a layer of AR coating to do anti-reflection processing, however, Past technologies would therefore produce chromatic aberrations and visible ripples such as green, blue and purple in certain social perspectives and ambient light. Then there was a technical improvement that added a layer of glass, but this way you can imagine the thickness of the entire screen is not pleasant, but fortunately this technician happened on the early LCD TVS!
When the smartphone market was just getting started, it was mainly LCD panels. After experiencing resistive touch and capacitive touch, capacitive touch had a good experience, and the iPhone kicked it away, and has since become the mainstream of mobile phone screen panels!
In order to achieve the aforementioned lightness and thinness, capacitive touch panels are beginning to integrate with other parts of the phone's interior, and panel technology is also beginning to appear in both an in-battery and on-battery manner, providing technical differences in the combination of panels and protective glass. In fact, this screen structure has been continuously improved and optimized, giving birth to organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panel technology and IPS panel technology, which can emit light on its own without backlight!
IPS and OLED are doing very well, but when it comes to thinness, OLED is thinner because it does not need a backlight, because many mobile phones choose this panel in the mobile phone with rich land, mainly because it reduces the thickness of the body, and another reason has lasted for nearly a year, also because OLED is thin. The "off-screen fingerprint recognition" technology can be realized, so the smartphones using off-screen fingerprint recognition seen on the market currently use OLED panels!