Mobile Phone Components
Before we drill down to each part of a mobile phone. Let's take a look at the structure of a mobile phone. Do you know how a mobile device looks like on the inside? Please have a look.
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Motherboard is the main printed circuit board, which plays the most important role in a mobile device. It holds and allows communication between many of the crucial electronic components of a system, integrating CPU, ROM, RAM, WIFI, NFC, Baseband, GPRS, Antenna etc.
Screen display allows users to interact with the cell phone. It's the key hardware. There are a variety of display types used on phones, like LCD, AMOLED, Super AMOLED and more. Without screen, it's like a person without hands and feet.
There are a front camera and a rear camera on most phones, capable of capturing photographs and shooting videos. The quality of a camera depends on many elements like resolution, and lens focus type (fixed or auto focus). As camera phone technology has progressed over the years, the lens design has evolved from a simple double Gauss or Cooke triplet to many molded plastic aspheric lens elements made with varying dispersion and refractive indexes.
The wear of mobile phone cover is necessary, we need phone housing help to repair the appearance and function of our phone. Cell phone housing is a protective cover designed to contain or support a mechanical component, which plays an important role in the composition of your phone as well.
A battery is the power source for running a mobile phone. Technically, it's an electrochemical cell that transforms chemical energy into electricity, providing a static potential of power. Most phones are equipped with a polymer or lithium- ion battery that rated voltage usually is 3.7V- 4.2V and 3.8V- 4.35V.