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正翻译步骤 9

步骤 9
After the motherboard, there isn't much left in the barrel. That's not a bad thing, especially when each part comes out easily and in one piece. First we fish out the fingerprint sensor, complete with its wavy tail flex cable. Next, these plastic rails—serving dual purposes as both cabling routers and brackets which press the squeeze sensors in place.
  • After the motherboard, there isn't much left in the barrel. That's not a bad thing, especially when each part comes out easily and in one piece.

  • First we fish out the fingerprint sensor, complete with its wavy tail flex cable.

  • Next, these plastic rails—serving dual purposes as both cabling routers and brackets which press the squeeze sensors in place.

  • Down at the bottom edge, we find a modular USB-C port! This is a welcome design for this high-wear component, especially since the 3a does not offer wireless charging.

  • The headphone jack also makes a cool modular comeback.

  • Down south we also spot the vibration motor—a small, round LRA (Linear Resonant Actuator) as found in just about every smartphone not made by Apple or Google. No fancy precision haptic motor for this Pixel.

拆完主板之后,桶里已经没有很多剩下的东西了。这不是件坏事,尤其当每个部件拆出来都很简单而且完整。

我们先拿出了指纹传感器,连着它的波浪形尾巴柔性电缆。

接着,这些塑料轨道——有两种左右,一是方便布线,二则把压感传感器固定好。

在底部边缘,我们找到了模块化的 USB-C 接口!这是一个给易磨损部件的受欢迎设计,特别是 3a 没有提供无线充电功能。

耳机接口也以超酷的模块化回归

向南,我们也发现了震动马达——一个小小的,圆形线性马达,就和所有不是 Apple 或 Google 制造的智能手机一样。这台 Pixel 没有超棒的精密触觉马达

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