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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.

Razrにナイフ(もしくは鋭利でないプラスチックツールの先端)を当てる前に、 Creative Electronが提供してくれたX線画像を点検してみましょう。

2つのX線画像上に、交互にカーソルを当ててみてください。デバイスが開閉すると、上下に動くコンポーネントの存在が確認できます。これらは開閉式OLEDディスプレイに搭載されているもので、デバイスを閉じた時に、ぴったりとデバイス顎の内側に装着します

一方で、このデバイスの頭脳部分はデバイス下側半分にあるようです。上側半分にはスクリーンの半分とバッテリー、カメラが搭載されています。

詳細に点検してみると、折りたたみ式動作の中心にある連続ギアヒンジの内部設計を確認できます。 詳細は後ほど。

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