CN108881540B - Display screen assembly and electronic equipment - Google Patents

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CN108881540B
CN108881540B CN201810654872.8A CN201810654872A CN108881540B CN 108881540 B CN108881540 B CN 108881540B CN 201810654872 A CN201810654872 A CN 201810654872A CN 108881540 B CN108881540 B CN 108881540B
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张文真
胡鄢浩
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The embodiment of the application provides a display screen subassembly and electronic equipment, wherein, the display screen subassembly includes: the display module is provided with a first end part; the first flexible circuit board comprises a first connecting part, a first bent part and a second connecting part, the first connecting part is positioned on one side of the display module, the first bent part covers the first end part, and the second connecting part drives the display function of the display module; the second flexible circuit board comprises a third connecting part, a second bending part and a fourth connecting part, the third connecting part is positioned on one side of the display module, the second bending part covers the first end part, and the fourth connecting part drives the touch function of the display module; the first end part corner is provided with a first limiting part and a second limiting part, the first limiting part is used for limiting the bending angle of the first connecting part and the first bending part, and the second limiting part is used for limiting the bending angle of the third connecting part and the second bending part. The embodiment of the application can improve the screen occupation ratio of the display screen assembly.

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Display screen assembly and electronic equipment
Technical Field
The application relates to the technical field of electronics, in particular to a display screen assembly and electronic equipment.
Background
With the development of communication technology, electronic devices such as smart phones are becoming more and more popular. During use of the electronic device, for example, taking a picture, chatting, playing a game. Electronic equipment function is more and more, and electronic equipment internally mounted's device is more and more, and especially electronic equipment installs the device of screen one side more and more, under the unchangeable condition of electronic equipment size, often can sacrifice the display area of display screen for the display area of display screen diminishes, reduces the screen and accounts for the ratio.
Disclosure of Invention
The embodiment of the application provides a display screen assembly and electronic equipment, can increase the display area of display screen assembly, and then can improve the screen of display screen assembly and account for than.
The embodiment of the application provides a display screen subassembly, includes:
the display module is provided with a first end part, and the first end part is the top end of the display module;
the first flexible circuit board comprises a first connecting part, a first bent part and a second connecting part, the first connecting part is positioned on one side of the display module, the first bent part covers the first end part, and the second connecting part is electrically connected with the display module to drive the display function of the display module;
the second flexible circuit board comprises a third connecting part, a second bending part and a fourth connecting part, the third connecting part is positioned on one side of the display module, the second bending part covers the first end part, and the fourth connecting part is electrically connected with the display module to drive the touch function of the display module;
the display module is close to a first limiting portion at the joint of the first connecting portion and the first end portion, the display module is close to a second limiting portion at the joint of the third connecting portion and the first end portion, the first connecting portion penetrates through the first limiting portion to be connected with the first bent portion, the third connecting portion penetrates through the second limiting portion to be connected with the second bent portion, the first limiting portion is used for limiting the bending angle of the first connecting portion and the first bent portion, and the second limiting portion is used for limiting the bending angle of the third connecting portion and the second bent portion.
The embodiment of the application further provides an electronic device, which comprises a shell, a circuit main board and a display screen assembly, wherein the circuit main board and the display screen assembly are installed on the shell, the display screen assembly is provided with the display screen assembly, and the first flexible circuit board and the second flexible circuit board are electrically connected with the circuit main board.
In the embodiment of the application, because the first flexible circuit board and the second flexible circuit board are arranged on the top end of the display module, only a non-display area is required to be arranged on the top end of the display module, and the non-display area is not required to be arranged on two end parts of the display module, the display area of the display module can be increased, and the screen occupation ratio of the display screen assembly can be improved.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application, the drawings used in the description of the embodiments will be briefly introduced below. It is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the application, and that for a person skilled in the art, other drawings can be derived from them without inventive effort.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 2 is a first structural schematic diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a display screen assembly according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the display screen assembly shown in fig. 3.
FIG. 5 is an enlarged view of area A of the display screen assembly of FIG. 4.
FIG. 6 is a partial cross-sectional view of the display screen assembly of FIG. 3 taken along the line P1-P1.
FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view of the display screen assembly of FIG. 3 taken along the line P1-P1.
Fig. 8 is an enlarged schematic view of a region B in the cross-sectional view shown in fig. 7.
Fig. 9 is a schematic structural diagram of a first flexible circuit board in the display screen assembly shown in fig. 3.
Fig. 10 is a second structural diagram of a display screen assembly according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 11 is a schematic structural diagram of a first flexible circuit board according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 12 is a schematic structural diagram of a second flexible circuit board according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 13 is a third structural diagram of a display screen assembly according to an embodiment of the present application.
FIG. 14 is a cross-sectional view of the display screen assembly of FIG. 13 taken along the line P4-P4.
Fig. 15 is a fourth structural diagram of a display screen assembly according to an embodiment of the present application.
FIG. 16 is a cross-sectional view of the display screen assembly of FIG. 15 taken along the line P3-P3.
Fig. 17 is a fifth structural diagram of a display screen assembly according to an embodiment of the present application.
FIG. 18 is a cross-sectional view of the display screen assembly of FIG. 17 taken along the line P2-P2.
Fig. 19 is an enlarged schematic view of region C in the cross-sectional view of fig. 18.
Fig. 20 is a third schematic structural diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
Detailed Description
The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present application. It is to be understood that the embodiments described are only a few embodiments of the present application and not all embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present application.
The embodiment of the application provides electronic equipment. The electronic device can be a smart phone, a tablet computer and the like. In some embodiments, referring to fig. 1 and 2, the electronic device 100 includes a display screen assembly 60 and a housing assembly 20.
Wherein the display screen assembly 60 is mounted on the housing assembly 20 to form a display surface of the electronic device 100. Meanwhile, the display screen 10 forms a display surface of the electronic apparatus 100 for displaying information such as images, texts, and the like. The Display screen 10 may be a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) or an Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) Display screen.
In some embodiments, the display screen 10 may include a display area 11 and a non-display area 12. The display area 11 performs a display function of the display screen 10 for displaying information such as images and texts.
Referring to fig. 3 to 8, the display screen assembly 60 includes a display module 61, a first flexible circuit board 62 and a second flexible circuit board 63.
The display module 61 has a display surface 601 and a non-display surface 602, which are oppositely disposed, the display surface 601 is used for displaying, and the display surface 601 faces the outside of the display screen assembly 60. The non-display surface 602 is not displayed and the non-display surface 602 is located inside the display screen assembly 60. The display module 61 has a first end portion 61A, wherein the first end portion 61A is a top end of the display module 61 when displaying information, and the first end portion 61A can refer to the description of the top end 10A of the display screen 10.
Referring to fig. 6, the display module 61 may include a display panel 611 and a touch panel 612 disposed on the display panel 611. The display panel 611 is used to implement a display function of the electronic apparatus 100 to display information such as images and text. The display panel 611 includes opposing first and second surfaces 6111, 6112. After the electronic device 100 is installed, the first surface 6111 is hidden inside the electronic device 100, and the second surface 6112 faces the user.
The touch panel 612 is used for implementing a touch function of the electronic device 100, so that a user can implement control over the electronic device 100 by pressing the touch panel 612. The touch panel 612 includes a third surface 6121 and a fourth surface 6122 opposite to each other. After the electronic device 100 is installed, the third surface 6121 is hidden inside the electronic device 100, and the fourth surface 6122 faces the user. The fourth surface 6122 is a pressing surface when the user performs a touch operation. The second surface 6112 of the display panel 611 contacts with the third surface 6121 of the touch panel 612. The end of the display panel 611 is higher than the touch panel 612, or the display panel 611 is closer to the first end 61A than the touch panel 612.
Referring to fig. 8, the first flexible circuit board 62 is disposed on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, and the first flexible circuit board 62 is located at the first end portion 61A of the display module 61. The first flexible circuit board 62 may extend from the non-display surface 602 to the inside of the display module 61 by bypassing the first end portion 61A, and be electrically connected to the display panel 611, so as to drive the display module 61 to implement the display function. The first flexible circuit board 62 is electrically connected to the circuit board 30. Thus, a control signal generated by a processor of the electronic device 100 may be transmitted to the display panel 611 through the first flexible circuit board 62 to control the display panel 611.
In some embodiments, the first flexible circuit board 62 includes a first connecting body 621, a first bending portion 622, a first connecting portion 623, and a protruding portion 624.
The first connecting body 621 is mounted on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, and may be mounted on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61 in an Anisotropic Conductive Film (ACF) manner, or may be fixed by glue.
The protrusion 624 extends outward from one side edge of the first connecting body 621, and the protrusion 624 is connected to the circuit board 30. Thus, the first flexible circuit board 62 can be electrically connected to the circuit main board 30 in the electronic device 100. When the first flexible circuit board 62 is mounted on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, the protrusion 624 extends outward from one side edge of the display module 61, so as to facilitate connection with the circuit board 30.
Referring to fig. 10, a first limiting portion 630 and a second limiting portion 640 are disposed at a corner between the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61 and the first end portion 60A, the first flexible circuit board 62 passes through the first limiting portion 630 from the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61 and is electrically connected to the display panel of the display module 61 to implement the display function of the display module 61, the second flexible circuit board 63 passes through the second limiting portion 640 from the non-display surface 602 of the display module 60 and is electrically connected to the touch panel of the display module 60 to implement the touch function of the display module 61, the first limiting portion 630 is used for limiting the bending angle of the first flexible circuit board 62, and the second limiting portion is used for limiting the bending angle of the second flexible circuit board 63.
It should be noted that, in order to increase the display area of the display panel assembly, the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are both disposed at the top end of the display module 61, so that it is only necessary to provide the non-display area at the top end of the display module 61, and it is not necessary to provide the non-display areas at both ends of the display module 61, the screen occupation ratio of the display screen assembly can be further improved, however, the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are directly wound from the top end of the display module 61, so that the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are easily broken at the corners, and therefore, the first end portion 61A of the display module 61 is provided with a first limiting portion 630 and a second limiting portion 640, and the first limiting portion 630 and the second limiting portion 640 can limit the bending angles of the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63, so that the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are not easy to break.
In some embodiments, an arc-shaped flange is disposed at a corner between the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61 and the first end portion 60A, so that the bending angle of the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 is not less than 90 degrees, which also can play a role in limiting the bending angle of the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63. The first limiting portion 630 and the second limiting portion 640 in the embodiment of the present application not only have an effect of limiting the bending angle of the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63, but also can fix the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63. So that the first flexible circuit 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are not easily loosened after connection.
Referring to fig. 11, in some embodiments, the first flexible circuit board 62 includes a first connecting portion 621, a first bending portion 622, and a second connecting portion 623 connected in sequence, and the first bending portion 622 covers the first end portion 61A.
The first connecting portion 621 is connected to the edge of the first bending portion 622, and the second connecting portion 623 extends from the first end portion 60A toward the inside of the display module 61 and is electrically connected to the display panel of the display module 61. Wherein the second connecting portion 623 extends to the second surface side of the display panel. The second connecting portion 623 is connected to the second surface of the display panel to electrically connect the first flexible circuit board 62 to the display panel.
Referring to fig. 3, the second flexible circuit board 63 is disposed on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, and the second flexible circuit board 63 is located at the first end portion 61A of the display module 61. The second flexible circuit board 63 may extend from the non-display surface 602 to the inside of the display module 61 by bypassing the first end portion 61A, and be electrically connected to the touch panel 612, so as to drive the display module 61 to implement the touch function. The second flexible circuit board 63 may extend from the non-display surface 602 to the inside of the display module 61 by bypassing the first end portion 61A, and be electrically connected to the touch panel 612, so as to drive the display module 61 to implement the touch function. Accordingly, the touch instruction received by the touch panel 612 may be transmitted to the processor of the electronic device 100 through the second flexible circuit board 63.
Referring to fig. 12, in some embodiments, the second flexible circuit board 63 includes a third connecting portion 631, a second bending portion 632, and a fourth connecting portion 633 connected to each other.
The third connecting portion 631 is mounted on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, and may be mounted on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61 in an Anisotropic Conductive Film (ACF) manner, or may be fixed by glue. The third connecting portion 631 is electrically connected to the first flexible circuit board 62 to electrically connect the second flexible circuit board 63 to the circuit main board 30, and the third connecting portion 631 may partially cover the first flexible circuit board 62, that is, a part of the third connecting portion 631 may cover the first flexible circuit board 62. The third connecting portion 631 may be attached to the first flexible circuit board 62 by using an Anisotropic Conductive Film (ACF). The third connecting portion 631 may be arranged side by side with the first flexible circuit board 62.
The second bent portion 632 covers the first end portion 61A. The second bending portion 632 and the first bending portion 622 may overlap or partially overlap the first end portion 61A. The second bent portion 632 may be aligned with the first bent portion 622 without overlapping the first bent portion 622, and may be aligned with the first end portion 61A.
The fourth connection portion 633 is formed by extending from an end of the second bending portion 632, and the fourth connection portion 633 and the third connection portion 631 are respectively located at two sides of the second bending portion 632. The fourth connecting portion 633 extends from the first end portion 61A toward the inside of the display module 61, and is electrically connected to the touch panel 612 of the display module 61. The fourth connection parts 633 and the second connection parts 623 may be arranged side by side inside the display module 61. The fourth connection portion 633 extends to the fourth surface 6122 side of the touch panel 612. The fourth connection portion 633 is connected to the fourth surface 6122 of the touch panel 612, so as to electrically connect the second flexible circuit board 63 and the touch panel 612.
The first limiting portion 630 is disposed on the display module 61 near the joint of the first connecting portion 621 and the first end portion 60A, the second limiting portion 640 is disposed on the display module 61 near the joint of the third connecting portion 631 and the first end portion 60A, the first connecting portion 621 passes through the first limiting portion 630 and the first bending portion 622, and the third connecting portion 631 passes through the second limiting portion 640 and the second bending portion 632.
Referring to fig. 13 and 14, the first and second position-limiting portions 630 and 640 respectively include a first through hole 661 and a second through hole 662, the first through hole 661 and the second through hole 662 are communicated to form a connection channel 633, the connection channel 663 is arc-shaped, the first connection portion 621 passes through the connection channel 663 to be connected with the first bending portion 622, and the third connection portion 631 passes through the connection channel 663 to be connected with the second bending portion 632. Because the connecting channel 633 is arc-shaped, the first connecting portion 621 and the third connecting portion 631 do not form a double fold with the first bending portion 622 and the second bending portion 632 or directly contact with the 90-degree top edge of the display module 61. This can effectively prevent the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 from being broken.
In some embodiments, the first through hole 661 is located at a side of the display module 61 close to the first connecting portion 621 and the third connecting portion 631, and the second through hole 662 is located at the first end portion 61A. The first through holes 661 may be disposed in parallel to the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, and the second through holes 662 may be disposed in parallel to the first end portion 61A.
In some embodiments, a gasket 664 is provided in the connecting channel 633. It should be noted that the gasket 664 can be made of a flexible material. For example, foam or silica gel is used. The material of the gasket 664 is not particularly limited in this application. The spacer 664 made of a flexible material is in contact with the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63. Thus, even if a collision occurs, the spacer 664 has a certain cushioning property, and therefore, the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are not easily broken.
Referring to fig. 15 and 16, in the present application, the display panel assembly 60 is different from the above display panel assembly 60 in that: the first position-limiting portion 630 and the second position-limiting portion 640 include an adapting portion 641 and a fastening portion 642, the adapting portion 641 is fixed on the display module 61, an outer surface of the adapting portion 641 is arc-shaped, a pressing space 643 is formed between the fastening portion 642 and the adapting portion 641, the first connecting portion 621 penetrates through the pressing space 643 to be connected with the first bending portion 622, and the third connecting portion 631 penetrates through the pressing space 643 to be connected with the second bending portion 632.
In this embodiment of the application, the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 are buckled and pressed on the outer surface of the adapting portion 641 through the buckling portion 642, and the outer surface of the adapting portion 641 is arc-shaped, so that the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 can be prevented from being broken at the bending position.
One end of the buckling portion 642 close to the first end portion 61A is rotatably connected to the adapting portion 641, and the other end thereof is connected to the adapting portion 641 in a buckling manner. That is, the position of the snap connection is located on the non-display surface 602 of the display module 61, so that the space at the top end of the display module 61 is not occupied, and the display area is not affected, because the snap-fit portion 642 is connected with the snap-fit hole of the adapting portion 641, the first flexible circuit board 62 and the second flexible circuit board 63 can be conveniently installed in the snap-fit space. Of course, one end of the engaging portion 642 near the first end portion 61A may be connected to the adapting portion 641 in a snap-fit manner, and the other end may be connected to the adapting portion 641 in a rotating manner.
In some embodiments, referring to FIG. 17, FIG. 17 illustrates another schematic view of a display screen assembly 60. The display screen assembly 60 of fig. 17 differs from the display screen assembly 60 of fig. 3 in that: the display module 61 is provided with a first notch 610. The first notch 610 is located at the first end portion 61A of the display module 61. The first notch 610 may be disposed in the middle of the first end portion 61A, or may be disposed at a corner of the first end portion 61A. For example, the first notch 610 may be disposed in the middle of the first end portion 61A, and the left and right sides of the display module 61 are equidistant from the midpoint of the first notch 610. For another example, the first notch 610 may be disposed at the upper left corner or the upper right corner of the display module 61 shown in fig. 17.
It should be noted that the first notch 610 penetrates through the display module 61 along the thickness direction of the display module 61.
In some embodiments, a second notch 620 is disposed on the first flexible circuit board 62. The second notch 620 is located opposite to the first notch 610 on the display module 61. Thus, the first and second notches 610, 620 may form an integral notch in the display screen assembly 60.
It should be noted that, in some embodiments, the second notch 620 may also be disposed on the second flexible circuit board 63. It is only required that the position of the second notch 620 is opposite to the position of the first notch 610 on the display module 61. In the embodiment of the present application, it is not limited that the second notch 620 is disposed on the first flexible circuit board 62 or the second flexible circuit board 63.
In some embodiments, the width of the second notch 620 is greater than or equal to the width of the first notch 610. The height of the second notch 620 is greater than or equal to the height of the first notch 610. That is, the overall size of the second notch 620 is larger than the overall size of the first notch 610. Therefore, the first notch 610 and the second notch 620 can form an integral notch on the display screen assembly 60, and the first flexible circuit board 62 or the second flexible circuit board 63 does not obstruct the formed integral notch.
In some embodiments, the first and second notches 610, 620 may form an integral notch in the display screen assembly 60. Functional components may be disposed within integral indentations formed in the display screen assembly 60. The functional components may include functional devices such as a camera module, a flash, a receiver, a proximity sensor, an ambient light sensor, and a fingerprint recognition module of the electronic device 100.
A second notch 620 is disposed on the first flexible circuit board 62 or the second flexible circuit board 63, and the position of the second notch 620 is opposite to the position of the first notch 610 on the display module 61.
In some embodiments, the display screen assembly 60 further includes a glass cover plate 65. The glass cover plate 65 is disposed on the display module 61. Wherein, glass cover plate 65 can cover display module 61 to protect display module 61, prevent that display module 61 from being scratched or by the water damage.
Referring to fig. 18 and 19, the glass cover 65 is disposed on the touch panel 612 side of the display module 61. That is, the glass cover 65 is disposed away from the display panel 611 in the display module 61. Thus, the glass cover 65 faces the user after the electronic device 100 is installed.
In some embodiments, the optical adhesive 66 is disposed between the glass cover 65 and the touch panel 612 of the display module 61. The glass cover plate 65 is bonded to the display module 61 by an optical adhesive 66. Meanwhile, the optical adhesive 66 is transparent and does not affect the display function of the display panel 611.
In some embodiments, the display module 61 further includes a polarizer 613. The polarizer 613 is disposed on a side of the display module 61 close to the touch panel 612, that is, the polarizer 613 is disposed away from the display panel 611. The polarizer 613 is used to provide polarization to the light emitted from the display panel 611. At this time, the optical glue 66 is disposed between the polarizer 613 and the glass cover plate 65. The glass cover plate 65 is bonded to the display module 61 by an optical adhesive 66.
Referring to fig. 20, the electronic device 70 may include control circuitry, which may include storage and processing circuitry 71. The storage and processing circuit 71 may be a memory, such as a hard disk drive memory, a non-volatile memory (e.g., a flash memory or other electronically programmable read-only memory used to form a solid state drive, etc.), a volatile memory (e.g., a static or dynamic random access memory, etc.), etc., and the embodiments of the present application are not limited thereto. Processing circuitry in the storage and processing circuitry 71 may be used to control the operation of the electronic device 70. The processing circuitry may be implemented based on one or more microprocessors, microcontrollers, digital signal processors, baseband processors, power management units, audio codec chips, application specific integrated circuits, display driver integrated circuits, and the like.
The storage and processing circuitry 71 may be used to run software in the electronic device 70 such as an Internet browsing application, a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephone call application, an email application, a media playing application, operating system functions, and the like. Such software may be used to perform control operations such as, for example, camera-based image capture, ambient light measurement based on an ambient light sensor, proximity sensor measurement based on a proximity sensor, information display functionality based on status indicators such as status indicator lights of light emitting diodes, touch event detection based on a touch sensor, functionality associated with displaying information on multiple (e.g., layered) displays, operations associated with performing wireless communication functions, operations associated with collecting and generating audio signals, control operations associated with collecting and processing button press event data, and other functions in the electronic device 70, to name a few, embodiments of the present application are not limited.
The electronic device 70 may also include input-output circuitry 72. The input-output circuitry 72 may be used to enable the electronic device 70 to enable input and output of data, i.e., to allow the electronic device 70 to receive data from external devices and also to allow the electronic device 70 to output data from the electronic device 70 to external devices. The input-output circuit 72 may further include a sensor 73. The sensors 73 may include ambient light sensors, proximity sensors based on light and capacitance, touch sensors (e.g., based on optical touch sensors and/or capacitive touch sensors, where the touch sensors may be part of a touch display screen or used independently as a touch sensor structure), acceleration sensors, and other sensors, among others.
Input-output circuitry 72 may also include one or more displays, such as display 74. The display 74 may include one or a combination of liquid crystal displays, organic light emitting diode displays, electronic ink displays, plasma displays, displays using other display technologies. The display 74 may include an array of touch sensors (i.e., the display 74 may be a touch display screen). The touch sensor may be a capacitive touch sensor formed by a transparent touch sensor electrode (e.g., an Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) electrode) array, or may be a touch sensor formed using other touch technologies, such as acoustic wave touch, pressure sensitive touch, resistive touch, optical touch, and the like, and the embodiments of the present application are not limited thereto.
The electronic device 70 may also include an audio component 75. The audio component 75 may be used to provide audio input and output functionality for the electronic device 70. The audio components 75 in the electronic device 70 may include a speaker, a microphone, a buzzer, a tone generator, and other components for generating and detecting sound.
The communication circuit 77 may be used to provide the electronic device 70 with the ability to communicate with external devices. The communication circuit 77 may include analog and digital input-output interface circuits, and wireless communication circuits based on radio frequency signals and/or optical signals. The wireless communication circuitry in communication circuitry 77 may include radio-frequency transceiver circuitry, power amplifier circuitry, low noise amplifiers, switches, filters, and antennas. For example, the wireless Communication circuitry in Communication circuitry 77 may include circuitry to support Near Field Communication (NFC) by transmitting and receiving Near Field coupled electromagnetic signals. For example, the communication circuit 77 may include a near field communication antenna and a near field communication transceiver. The communications circuitry 77 may also include a cellular telephone transceiver and antenna, a wireless local area network transceiver circuit and antenna, and the like.
The electronic device may further include a battery, power management circuitry and other input-output units 77. The input-output unit 77 may include buttons, joysticks, click wheels, scroll wheels, touch pads, keypads, keyboards, cameras, light emitting diodes and other status indicators, and the like.
A user may input commands through the input-output circuitry 72 to control operation of the electronic device 70 and may use output data of the input-output circuitry 72 to enable receipt of status information and other outputs from the electronic device 70.
In the foregoing embodiments, the descriptions of the respective embodiments have respective emphasis, and for parts that are not described in detail in a certain embodiment, reference may be made to related descriptions of other embodiments.
The display screen assembly and the electronic device provided by the embodiment of the application are described in detail above. The principles and implementations of the present application are described herein using specific examples, which are presented only to aid in understanding the present application. Meanwhile, for those skilled in the art, according to the idea of the present application, there may be variations in the specific embodiments and the application scope, and in summary, the content of the present specification should not be construed as a limitation to the present application.

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1. A display screen assembly, comprising:
the display module comprises a display panel and a touch panel, wherein the side surface of the display panel and the side surface of the touch panel are arranged in a staggered mode so as to expose the surface, facing the touch panel, of the display panel, and the display panel is closer to the first end part than the touch panel;
the first flexible circuit board comprises a first connecting part, a first bent part and a second connecting part, the first connecting part is positioned on one side of the display module, the first bent part covers the first end part, the second connecting part is electrically connected with the display module to drive the display function of the display module, and the second connecting part extends from the first end part to the inside of the display module to the surface of the display panel facing the touch panel;
the second flexible circuit board comprises a third connecting part, a second bending part and a fourth connecting part, the third connecting part is positioned on one side of the display module, the second bending part covers the first end part, and the fourth connecting part is electrically connected with the display module to drive the touch function of the display module;
the display module is provided with a first limiting part close to the joint of the first connecting part and the first end part, the display module is provided with a second limiting part close to the joint of the third connecting part and the first end part, the first connecting part penetrates through the first limiting part to be connected with the first bent part, the third connecting part penetrates through the second limiting part to be connected with the second bent part, the first limiting part is used for limiting the bending angle of the first connecting part and the first bent part, and the second limiting part is used for limiting the bending angle of the third connecting part and the second bent part;
the first limiting portion and the second limiting portion are arranged on the non-display surface of the display module and at the corners of the first end portion, and are not arranged at the first end portion, so that the area of a display area in the display module is prevented from being influenced.
2. The display screen assembly of claim 1, wherein the first and second position limiting portions each include a first through hole and a second through hole, and wherein the first through hole and the second through hole communicate with each other to form a connection channel, the connection channel is arc-shaped, the first connection portion passes through the connection channel and is connected to the first bending portion, and the third connection portion passes through the connection channel and is connected to the second bending portion.
3. The display screen assembly of claim 2, wherein the first aperture is located on a side of the display module proximate to the first and second connection portions, and the second aperture is located at the first end portion.
4. The display screen assembly of claim 2, wherein a gasket is disposed within the connecting channel.
5. The display screen assembly of claim 1, wherein the first limiting portion and the second limiting portion comprise an adapter portion and a buckling portion, the adapter portion is fixed on the display module, the outer surface of the adapter portion is arc-shaped, a pressing space is formed between the buckling portion and the adapter portion, the first connecting portion penetrates through the pressing space and is connected with the first bending portion, and the third connecting portion penetrates through the pressing space and is connected with the second bending portion.
6. The display screen assembly of claim 5, wherein the latch portion is pivotally coupled to the adapter portion at a first end proximate the first end portion and is snap-fit to the adapter portion at an opposite end.
7. The display screen assembly of claim 5, wherein the adapter portion is attached to a connection portion of the first end portion and one side of the display module, which is close to the first bending portion and the second bending portion.
8. A display screen assembly according to any of claims 1 to 7, wherein the first end portion has a first notch, the first position-limiting portion is disposed on one side of the first notch, and the second position-limiting portion is disposed on an opposite side of the first position-limiting portion.
9. The display screen assembly of claim 8, wherein a second notch is disposed on the first flexible circuit board or the second flexible circuit board, and the second notch is located opposite to the first notch on the display module.
10. The display screen assembly of claim 9, wherein the first notch is located in a middle portion of the first end portion.
11. The display screen assembly of claim 9, wherein the width of the second notch is greater than or equal to the width of the first notch, and the height of the second notch is greater than or equal to the height of the first notch.
12. An electronic device, comprising a housing, a circuit board, and a display screen assembly, wherein the circuit board and the display screen assembly are mounted on the housing, the display screen assembly is the display screen assembly according to any one of claims 1 to 9, and the first flexible circuit board and the second flexible circuit board are electrically connected to the circuit board.
13. The electronic device of claim 12, wherein the electronic device comprises a functional component, the functional component is mounted in the first notch, and the functional component is electrically connected to the circuit main board.
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