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正翻译步骤 2

步骤 2
Before putting our Razr under the knife (or dull plastic edge), we take an X-ray peek with some help from our friends at Creative Electron. Rolling your mouse over the two X-rays, you'll note that a few passive components move up and down slightly as the phone opens and shuts. Those are probably attached to that flexible OLED display, which actually slides down and tucks into the chin of the phone as it closes. Meanwhile, it appears the brains of this operation lie in the bottom half of the phone—while the top half houses the extra screen, a battery, and the camera setup.
  • Before putting our Razr under the knife (or dull plastic edge), we take an X-ray peek with some help from our friends at Creative Electron.

  • Rolling your mouse over the two X-rays, you'll note that a few passive components move up and down slightly as the phone opens and shuts. Those are probably attached to that flexible OLED display, which actually slides down and tucks into the chin of the phone as it closes.

  • Meanwhile, it appears the brains of this operation lie in the bottom half of the phone—while the top half houses the extra screen, a battery, and the camera setup.

  • And if you look really closely, you can see the inner workings of the continuous geared hinge at the center of all the folding action. More on that later.

在把我们的 Razr 放在刀下前(或不锋利的塑料边),我们的朋友 Creative Electron 会帮我们先用 X光一睹其内部面貌。

在两张 X 光照片之间反复移动你的鼠标,你会注意到有一些被动式部件随着手机的开关轻微的上下移动。这些可能是附着在可折叠 OLED 屏幕上的,会在手机关上的时候下滑藏到这个手机的下巴里。

与此同时,这个操作的中心似乎是手机的下半部分,上半部分装着剩下的屏幕,一块电池和摄像头设备。

如果你看得真的很仔细,你可以看到所有折叠动作的中心——铰链的内部工作方式。稍后展开讲。

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