CN110300226B - Electronic equipment and control method of flashlight thereof - Google Patents

Electronic equipment and control method of flashlight thereof Download PDF

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CN110300226B
CN110300226B CN201910578296.8A CN201910578296A CN110300226B CN 110300226 B CN110300226 B CN 110300226B CN 201910578296 A CN201910578296 A CN 201910578296A CN 110300226 B CN110300226 B CN 110300226B
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The embodiment of the application provides electronic equipment and a control method of a flashlight thereof, wherein the electronic equipment comprises: the shell comprises a side edge, and the side edge is provided with a touch area; the touch control assembly is arranged in the touch control area and used for receiving a control signal; and the processor is electrically connected with the touch control assembly and used for starting the working state of the flashlight according to the control signal when the control signal is detected to be the preset sliding operation combined signal. The embodiment of the application facilitates quick illumination of users.

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Electronic equipment and control method of flashlight thereof
Technical Field
The present disclosure relates to electronic technologies, and in particular, to an electronic device and a control method of a flashlight thereof.
Background
With the development of communication technology, electronic devices such as smart phones are becoming more and more popular. The electronic equipment has more and more powerful functions, and a user can realize the flashlight function through a mobile phone, so that the user can walk or read in the dark.
In the using process of the electronic equipment, the flashlight switch can be controlled by controlling the display screen to display the picture, or the flashlight function of the mobile phone can be started by a specific keyboard key, so that the starting efficiency is low, and the misoperation is easy to occur.
Disclosure of Invention
The embodiment of the application provides electronic equipment and a control method of a flashlight thereof, and control efficiency of the flashlight can be improved.
An embodiment of the present application provides an electronic device, including:
the touch screen comprises a shell, a touch screen and a touch screen, wherein the shell comprises a side edge, and the side edge is provided with a touch area;
the touch control assembly is arranged in the touch control area and used for receiving a control signal;
and the processor is electrically connected with the touch control assembly and is used for starting the working state of the flashlight according to the control signal when the control signal is detected to be a preset sliding operation combined signal.
The embodiment of the application discloses a control method of a flashlight, which is applied to electronic equipment, wherein the electronic equipment comprises:
the touch screen comprises a shell, a touch screen and a touch screen, wherein the shell comprises a side edge, and the side edge is provided with a touch area;
the touch control assembly is arranged in the touch control area;
the control method of the flashlight comprises the following steps:
receiving a control signal through the touch control assembly;
detecting whether the control signal is a preset sliding operation combined signal or not;
and when the control signal is detected to be a preset sliding operation combined signal, the working state of the flashlight is started.
In the embodiment of the application, the working state of the flashlight of the electronic equipment can be controlled through the touch control assembly, so that the operation of controlling the flashlight through the touch control display screen can be saved, meanwhile, a user can also rapidly operate the flashlight with one hand, and the control efficiency of the flashlight is improved.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
FIG. 2 is a partial cross-sectional view of the electronic device shown in FIG. 1 taken along the direction P2-P2.
Fig. 3 is a schematic view of a first structure of a touch device in the electronic device shown in fig. 2.
Fig. 4 is a schematic diagram of a second structure of the touch device in the electronic apparatus shown in fig. 2.
Fig. 5 is a schematic view of a third structure of a touch device in the electronic device shown in fig. 2.
Fig. 6 is a schematic diagram illustrating a fourth structure of a touch component in the electronic device shown in fig. 2.
Fig. 7 is a flowchart illustrating a control method of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 8 is another schematic flowchart of a control method of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
Detailed Description
Referring to fig. 1, fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present disclosure. An electronic device such as electronic device 20 of fig. 1 may include a housing such as housing 200, touch assembly 400, flashlight 600, and circuit board 800. The circuit board 800, the flashlight 600 and the touch assembly 400 can be disposed on the housing.
The electronic device 20 may be a computing device such as a laptop computer, a computer monitor containing an embedded computer, a tablet computer, a cellular telephone, a media player, or other handheld or portable electronic devices, smaller devices (such as a wristwatch device, a hanging device, a headset or earpiece device, a device embedded in eyeglasses, or other device worn on the head of a user, or other wearable or miniature devices), a television, a computer display not containing an embedded computer, a gaming device, a navigation device, an embedded system (such as a system in which an electronic device with a display is installed in a kiosk or automobile), a device that implements the functionality of two or more of these devices, or other electronic devices. In the exemplary configuration of fig. 1, the electronic device 20 is a portable device, such as a cellular telephone, media player, tablet, or other portable computing device. Other configurations may be used for the electronic device 20, if desired. The example of fig. 1 is merely exemplary.
The housing 200 may be formed from plastic, glass, ceramic, fiber composite, metal (e.g., stainless steel, aluminum, etc.), other suitable materials, or a combination of any two or more of these materials. The housing body 200 may be formed using a one-piece configuration in which some or all of the housing body 200 is machined or molded as a single structure, or may be formed using multiple structures (e.g., an inner frame structure, one or more structures that form an outer shell surface, etc.). The case 200 may provide a receiving cavity to receive components of the electronic device 20 such as a battery, a circuit board 800, and the like.
Referring to fig. 2, fig. 2 is a partial sectional view of the electronic device shown in fig. 1 along a direction P2-P2. The electronic device 20 may also include a display screen such as the display screen 100, and the display screen 100 may be mounted in the housing 200. Display screen 100 may be a touch screen display incorporating conductive capacitive touch sensor electrode layers or other touch sensor components (e.g., resistive touch sensor components, acoustic touch sensor components, force-based touch sensor components, light-based touch sensor components, etc.), or may be a non-touch sensitive display. Capacitive touch screen electrodes may be formed from an array of indium tin oxide pads or other transparent conductive structures.
The display screen 100 may include an array of display pixels formed from Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) components, an array of electrophoretic display pixels, an array of plasma display pixels, an array of organic light emitting diode display pixels, an array of electrowetting display pixels, or display pixels based on other display technologies. A display screen cover layer such as a transparent glass layer, light-transmissive plastic, sapphire, or other transparent dielectric layer may be used to protect the display screen 100. In some embodiments, the display screen 100 may be a flexible screen, i.e., the display screen 100 may be bendable and foldable.
The housing 200 may include a middle frame, such as middle frame 220, and a back cover, such as back cover 240. The middle frame 220 may serve as a carrier for the electronic device 20. For example, the bezel 220 may carry the display screen 100, the circuit board 800, a battery, etc. of the electronic device 20. The middle frame 220 may be made of metal, and may be formed by injection molding or machining.
The rear cover 240 may be disposed on one side of the middle frame 220, such as the rear cover 240 disposed on a non-display side of the middle frame 220. The rear cover 240 and the middle frame 220 are fixedly connected to form a receiving cavity 260 for receiving components of the electronic device 20, such as a battery, a circuit board 800, and the like, so that the rear cover 240 can be covered on the middle frame 220 to cover the battery, the circuit board 800, and the like. It is understood that the display screen 100 and the rear cover 240 are disposed at two opposite sides of the middle frame 220, and the display screen 100 may be disposed at a display surface of the middle frame 220 to display a picture.
The middle frame 220 may have a plurality of sides 222, and the plurality of sides 222 of the middle frame 222 are all located on the periphery of the base of the middle frame 220. The lengths of the sides 222 of the middle frame 220 may be the same or different. Such as the middle frame 220, may have a first side with a longer length and a second side with a shorter length, i.e., the first side may have a length greater than the second side. Devices of the electronic device 20, such as the touch-sensitive component 400, may be disposed on one or more of the sides 222 of the middle frame 220, such as disposing the touch-sensitive component 400 of the electronic device 20 on one of the longer sides 222 of the middle frame 220.
It should be noted that the touch device 400 may also be disposed on the side 222 with a shorter length. It is understood that, when the lengths of the side edges 222 are the same, the touch device 400 may be disposed on any one side edge 222 or any plurality of side edges 222. It is also understood that the touch device 400 can be disposed at the connecting position of the two connecting sides 222, or at the corner position of the middle frame 220. It is also understood that one of the sides 222 can be provided with one or more touch-sensitive elements 400. In some embodiments, a touch area 2222, or an operation area 2222, may be disposed on one of the side edges 222. The touch device 400 can be disposed in the touch area 2222 of the side 222 for the user to operate. Of course, it is also possible to arrange the touch devices 400 at all positions of the side 222, that is, the touch area 2222 is the entire side 222.
In some embodiments, a self-luminous material may be disposed at the position of the touch area 2222 so that the user can recognize the controller 2222. The color setting at the position of the touch area 2222 may be different from the color setting at other positions of the side 222. A light emitting lamp may be further disposed in the touch area 2222.
In the related art, a plurality of physical keys, such as an on-off key, a volume key, a shortcut key, etc., are disposed on a side of the electronic device. The physical keys generally protrude out of the side edges, and gaps are formed between the physical keys and the side edges of the electronic equipment, so that water leakage and dust entering are easy to occur.
Based on this, in the embodiment of the present application, the touch device 400 is disposed on the inner surface of the side 222, and the user can directly operate the touch area 2222 to control the touch device 400. The integrity of the side 222 is maintained and is waterproof and dustproof.
The side 222 may be provided with a first receiving groove 2224 for receiving and operating the touch device 400. The first receiving groove 2224 may communicate with the receiving cavity 260. The depth of the first receiving groove 2224 may be much greater than the thickness of the touch device 400, that is, after the touch device 400 is placed in the first receiving groove 2224, a hollow cavity is formed at a position where the first receiving groove 2224 is communicated with the receiving cavity 260, so that the touch area 2222 at the position of the first receiving groove 2224 is deformed. Such as: the distance between the touch device 400 and the receiving cavity 260 is about 5 mm. The length of the first receiving groove 2224 is the distance of the first receiving groove 2224 along the length direction of the side 222, and the length of the first receiving groove 2224 can be determined according to actual requirements. The width of the first receiving groove 2224 is a distance along the width direction of the side 222, and the width of the first receiving groove 2224 may be between 1.6 mm and 2 mm.
The outer surface of the side 222 may be of various shapes, such as: arc, rectangular, rounded rectangular, etc. The outer surface of the side 222 may also be curved. At least one of the rear cover 240 and the display screen 100 may be arranged in an arc shape and cover at least a portion of the side edge 222.
The touch device 400 is disposed on the touch area 2222 and on the inner surface of the side 222. The touch device 400 may be electrically connected to the circuit board 800 of the electronic device 20. The circuit board 800 of the electronic device 20 may have integrated thereon a processor, a memory, etc., which may be used to process various operations of the electronic device 20. Such as: the processor may control the display of the display screen 100 in the electronic device 20, the processor may control the flashlight 600 in the electronic device 20 to turn on, and so on. Touch device 400 can receive a control signal at touch area 2222, where the control signal can be a signal for controlling the volume of electronic device 20, the control signal can be a signal for controlling the power on/off of electronic device 20, and the control signal can also be a signal for controlling the operation status of the flashlight.
In the embodiment of the present application, the touch device 400 is disposed on the inner surface of the side 222, and the side 222 is not provided with a hole structure for avoiding the touch device 400, so that a user can generate a control signal through the side 222 at the position of the touch area 2222 to drive the touch device 400 to control the electronic device 20, such as controlling the volume of the electronic device 20, controlling the power on/off of the electronic device 20, and controlling the operating state of a flashlight in the electronic device 20.
Referring to fig. 3, fig. 3 is a schematic view illustrating a first structure of a touch device in the electronic device shown in fig. 2. The touch assembly 400 may include a pressure detection module 420, and the pressure detection module 420 may include a first flexible circuit board 422 and a pressure detector 424 electrically connected to the first flexible circuit board 422. The first flexible circuit board 422 may be disposed on an inner surface of the side 222, such as by being adhered to the inner surface of the side 222 with glue, double-sided tape, or the like. The width of the first receiving groove 2224 may be about 1.6 mm or about 2 mm.
The pressure detector 424 may include a resistive sensor or a capacitive sensor, among others. It should be noted that when the pressure detector 424 includes a capacitive sensor, no metal is disposed at the position of the pressure detector 424 to ensure the accuracy of the detection of the capacitive sensor. The resistive sensor may be a MEMS (micro electro Mechanical Systems) sensor, which requires the width of the first receiving groove 2224 to be 1.6 mm. The resistive sensor is not limited to the MEMS piezoresistive IC, and the resistive sensor may be a strain gauge, and the strain gauge needs to have a width of the first receiving groove 2224 of about 2 mm.
It is understood that the side 222 is thin and can be deformed by the pressing force, and the first flexible circuit board 422 and the pressure detector 424 are disposed together on the inner surface of the side 222. When the side 222 is pressed, the side 222 deforms and drives the first flexible circuit board 422 and the pressure detector 424 to deform together, and the pressure is converted into an electrical signal and transmitted to the processor of the circuit board 800, and the processor can control the electronic device 20 according to the pressing operation. The pressing operation may include one press, how many presses, long press, and the like. The long press is that the press duration exceeds the preset duration. The pressing down may be a pressing operation detected a plurality of times within a preset time.
It should be noted that the pressure detection module 420 may also detect other operations, such as a sliding operation. The pressure detection module 420 may determine that it is continuously moving based on the pressure it detects.
In some embodiments, the combination of sliding operations along the width direction of the side edge input by the user in the touch area may be recorded, for example, a sliding operation combination resembling a "W" is formed by first left-scribing, then right-scribing, then left-scribing, and then right-scribing along the width direction of the side edge in the touch area, or a sliding operation combination resembling a "V" is formed by first left-scribing and then right-scribing along the width direction of the side edge in the touch area, and the sliding operation combination is determined as the sliding operation combination signal, and when the sliding operation combination signal is the preset sliding operation combination signal, the flashlight 600 of the electronic device 20 may be controlled to turn on the operation mode. Therefore, a user can control the flashlight 600 to be turned on without touching the display screen 100, power consumption of the touch display screen 100 can be saved, and operation by the user is facilitated. Especially facilitating one-handed operation for some users. It should be noted that the operation of controlling the electronic device 20 to turn on the flashlight 600 is not limited to the above operation, and may be other operations.
In some embodiments, the pressing operation may be determined to be a pressing touch signal, i.e., the adjustment of the brightness of flashlight 600 of electronic device 20 may be controlled when touch assembly 400 receives the pressing operation at touch area 2222. Therefore, the user can realize the function of controlling the brightness adjustment of the flashlight 600 without touching the display screen 100, which not only saves the power consumption of the touch display screen 100, but also facilitates the operation of the user.
In some embodiments, after the operating state of the flashlight 600 is turned on, the sliding operation along the length direction or the width direction of the side edge may be determined as a sliding touch signal, i.e., the light emitting angle of the flashlight 600 may be adjusted when the sliding touch signal is received by the touch device 400 at the touch area 2222. Therefore, the user can realize the function of controlling the brightness adjustment of the flashlight 600 without touching the display screen 100, which not only saves the power consumption of the touch display screen 100, but also facilitates the operation of the user.
It should be noted that, in the actual assembly process, since the first flexible circuit board 422 is made of a soft material, deformation is easily generated, and in order to reduce the deformation of the first flexible circuit board 422 in the assembly process, the thickness of the first flexible circuit board 422 may be increased. Of course, a reinforcing plate may be fixedly connected to the first flexible circuit board 422.
Referring to fig. 4, fig. 4 is a schematic diagram illustrating a second structure of a touch component in the electronic device shown in fig. 2. The touch assembly 420 may further include a reinforcing sheet 426, the reinforcing sheet 426 is fixedly connected to the first flexible circuit board 422, and the reinforcing sheet 426 and the pressure detector 424 are respectively disposed on two sides of the first flexible circuit board 426. The reinforcing sheet 426 is fixedly connected to the inner surface of the side 222 at the position of the touch area 2222. The reinforcing plate 426 may increase the overall strength of the pressure detecting module 420 for assembly, thereby preventing deformation during assembly and difficulty in assembly. It should be noted that the pressure detector 424 and the reinforcing sheet 426 may not be provided on both sides of the first flexible circuit board 422.
Referring to fig. 5, fig. 5 is a schematic view illustrating a third structure of a touch component in the electronic device shown in fig. 2. The reinforcing sheet 426 and the pressure detector 424 may be disposed on the same side of the first flexible circuit board 422, the pressure detector 424 may be disposed within a gap 428 of the reinforcing sheet 426, and the space of the gap 428 is larger than the size of the pressure detector 424. Such as the thickness of the reinforcing sheet 426 is greater than the thickness of the pressure detector 424, the reinforcing sheet 426 and the pressure detector 424 do not touch. Therefore, the pressure detector 424 is ensured not to contact with the reinforcing sheet 426 or the side edge 222 when being deformed by the pressure, so that the accuracy of the pressure detector 424 for detecting the pressing force is affected.
It will be appreciated that in order for the pressure detector 424 to be able to effectively detect pressure, a void 428 may be provided in the reinforcing sheet 426, with the pressure detector 424 being spatially located within the void 428. Therefore, when the side 222 of the touch area 2222 receives an applied force, the stress of the applied force is applied to the pressure detector 424 at the position of the gap 428 due to the arrangement of the reinforcing sheet 426, so that the signal detected by the pressure detection module 420 can be more accurate. In some embodiments, two reinforcing sheets 426 may be connected to the first flexible circuit board 422 to form the gap 428, or a gap 428 may be opened on one reinforcing sheet 426.
It should be noted that, without the enhancement sheet 426, the accuracy of the signal detected by the pressure detection module 420 may also be improved, such as disposing a groove on the side 222 of the touch area 2222 to dispose the pressure detector 424 in the groove, so that the thickness of the two sides of the groove is larger, and thus the thickness of the position of the pressure detector 424 is smaller and is also easy to deform.
Referring to fig. 6, fig. 6 is a schematic diagram illustrating a fourth structure of a touch component in the electronic device shown in fig. 2. The touch assembly 400 may further include an ultrasonic detection module 440, and the ultrasonic detection module 440 may include a second flexible circuit board 442, a signal transmitting portion 444, and a signal receiving portion 446. The signal transmitting portion 444 and the signal receiving portion 446 are electrically connected to the second flexible circuit board 442. The signal transmitting portion 444 and the signal receiving portion 446 may be made of a piezoelectric ceramic material. The second flexible circuit board 442 can be disposed on an inner surface of the side 222 of the touch area 2222, and is adhered to the inner surface of the side 222 by glue, double-sided tape, or the like. The ultrasonic detection module 440 may receive different signals, such as different operation modes, and may determine the control signal according to the operation mode to control the functions of the electronic device 20 according to the control signal.
The ultrasonic detection module 440 can detect the pressed position of the touch area 2222 to achieve positioning. Or the ultrasonic detection module 440 can detect a specific position for placing a finger on the touch area 2222, so as to realize positioning. When the pressing force continuously moves or the user's finger slides in the touch area, the ultrasonic detection module 440 receives the sliding operation combination signal or the sliding touch signal to determine the sliding operation combination signal or the sliding touch signal as a corresponding control signal, and converts the corresponding control signal into an electrical signal and transmits the electrical signal to the processor of the circuit board 800, and the processor can adjust the turning-on or light emission angle of the flashlight 600. Thereby realizing control of the on/off of the flashlight 600 or adjustment of the light emission angle. It should be noted that the ultrasonic detection module 440 can also control the flashlight 600 to turn on or the light emission angle according to other operations detected by the ultrasonic detection module. It should be noted that the ultrasonic detection module 440 can control the flashlight 600 to be turned on or the light emission angle according to two different sliding operations.
It is understood that other operations, such as a tap, may also be detected by the ultrasonic detection module 440. The ultrasonic detection module 440 may also control other functions of the electronic device 20 according to other operations or different sliding operations.
Wherein the sliding direction of the sliding operation is along the length or width of the side 222.
It is understood that a signal transmitting portion 444 and a signal receiving portion 446 may be disposed at an interval on the ultrasonic detection module 440. A plurality of signal transmitting sections 444 and a plurality of signal receiving sections 446 may be provided at intervals.
It should be noted that the touch device 400 is not limited to the ultrasonic detection module 440 or the pressure detection module 420. In some embodiments, the touch device 400 may include a pressure detection module and an ultrasonic detection module. Such as disposing the pressure detector, the ultrasonic-wave signal transmitting section, and the ultrasonic-wave signal receiving section on the same flexible circuit board. For example: a pressure detector is disposed between a signal transmitting portion and a signal receiving portion. Of course, if the pressure detector is plural, each pressure detector is disposed between one signal transmitting portion and one signal receiving portion. The touch assembly 400 includes a pressure detector and an ultrasonic detector, and the pressure detector can effectively detect the degree of pressure and the ultrasonic detector can effectively detect the position of pressure. Thereby, functions of electronic device 20 such as controlling flashlight 600 to turn on, controlling flashlight 600 to emit light at an angle, may be accurately controlled based on the received signals. Meanwhile, the brightness of the flashlight 600 can be changed according to the pressing force and the pressing position.
It should be noted that the electronic device 20 may further include one or more ultrasonic detectors and one or more pressure detectors in different touch areas 2222.
In order to further describe the function of preventing the false touch in the embodiment of the present application, the following is defined from the perspective of the control method of the electronic device.
Referring to fig. 7, fig. 7 is a flowchart illustrating a control method of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present disclosure. The electronic device can refer to the electronic device 20 above, and details thereof are not repeated here. The control method of the electronic device may include:
101, receiving a control signal through a touch control component.
The control signal is generated by a user performing a touch operation on the touch area, specifically, the user may perform a pressing operation, a sliding operation, or a combination of sliding operations, etc. on the touch area, before turning on the flashlight, the pressing operation can be increasing or decreasing the volume, the sliding operation can be adjusting of the browsing content of the current page, the sliding operation combination is the sliding combination of the user along the width direction of the side edge, that is, the user slides continuously along the width direction of the side edge, for example, first draw left, then draw right, then draw left, then draw right in the width direction of the side edge in the touch area, to form a sliding operation combination similar to "W", or firstly drawing left and then drawing right along the width direction of the side edge in the touch area to form a sliding operation combination similar to V, and generating corresponding control signals by continuously sliding along the width direction of the side edge.
And 102, detecting whether the control signal is a preset sliding operation combined signal.
The preset sliding operation combination signal may be a sliding combination of the user along the width direction of the side edge, for example, a sliding operation combination similar to a "W" is formed in the touch area along the width direction of the side edge by first performing left-hand scribing, then performing right-hand scribing, then performing left-hand scribing, and then performing right-hand scribing, and when it is detected that the control signal received by the touch device is the preset sliding operation combination signal, step 103 is performed. And when detecting that the control signal received by the touch control assembly is not the preset sliding operation combination signal, ignoring the control signal and returning to continuously receive the control signal through the touch control assembly.
103, turning on the working state of the flashlight.
When the control signal received by the touch control assembly is detected to be a preset sliding operation combination signal, the operation of a user meets the requirement, the working state of the flashlight is directly started, the screen does not need to be lightened in the process, only the user needs to input the corresponding sliding operation combination, the operation is convenient and simple, and due to the sliding operation combination, the working state of the flashlight cannot be mistakenly touched and started, and inconvenience is brought to the user.
Referring to fig. 8, fig. 8 is another schematic flow chart of a control method of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present disclosure. The electronic device can refer to the electronic device 20 above, and details thereof are not repeated here. The control method of the electronic device may include:
201, receiving a control signal through a touch control component.
The control signal is generated by a user performing a touch operation on the touch area, specifically, the user may perform a pressing operation, a sliding operation, or a combination of sliding operations, etc. on the touch area, before turning on the flashlight, the pressing operation can be increasing or decreasing the volume, the sliding operation can be adjusting of the browsing content of the current page, the sliding operation combination is the sliding combination of the user along the width direction of the side edge, that is, the user slides continuously along the width direction of the side edge, for example, first draw left, then draw right, then draw left, then draw right in the width direction of the side edge in the touch area, to form a sliding operation combination similar to "W", or firstly drawing left and then drawing right along the width direction of the side edge in the touch area to form a sliding operation combination similar to V, and generating corresponding control signals by continuously sliding along the width direction of the side edge.
202, detecting whether the control signal is a preset sliding operation combination signal.
The preset sliding operation combination signal may be a sliding combination of the user along the width direction of the side edge, for example, a sliding operation combination similar to a "W" is formed in the touch area along the width direction of the side edge by first performing left-hand scribing, then performing right-hand scribing, then performing left-hand scribing, and then performing right-hand scribing, and when it is detected that the control signal received by the touch device is the preset sliding operation combination signal, step 203 is performed. And when detecting that the control signal received by the touch control assembly is not the preset sliding operation combination signal, ignoring the control signal and returning to continuously receive the control signal through the touch control assembly.
And 203, turning on the working state of the flashlight, generating a motor signal, and executing the motor signal to control the electronic equipment to execute corresponding vibration operation.
When the control signal received by the touch control assembly is detected to be a preset sliding operation combination signal, the operation of a user meets the requirement, the working state of the flashlight is directly started, the screen does not need to be lightened in the process, only the user needs to input the corresponding sliding operation combination, convenience and simplicity are achieved, the corresponding motor signal is generated, the motor signal is executed to control the electronic equipment to execute unique vibration operation, and the flashlight is started by the user through being reminded from touch.
And 204, acquiring touch operation on the touch area.
After the working state of the flashlight is started, in order to facilitate subsequent adjustment of the brightness or the light irradiation angle of the flashlight, touch operation on the touch area can be continuously received, and the touch operation can be specifically pressing operation or sliding operation.
205, when the touch operation is a pressing operation, the power of the flashlight is adjusted according to the pressing force of the pressing operation, and when the touch operation is a sliding operation, the light emission angle of the flashlight is adjusted according to the direction of the sliding operation.
When the touch operation is a pressing operation, the pressing force corresponding to the pressing operation can be obtained, and the range of the force interval in which the pressing force is located is determined, for example, the range can be divided into 3 force interval ranges, namely a first force interval range, a second force interval range and a third force interval range, wherein the third force interval range is larger than the second force interval range, and the second force interval range is larger than the first force interval range. Each middle force interval range corresponds to corresponding flashlight power, the distribution rule of the specific flashlight power is consistent with the size of the force interval range, namely the power of the third force interval range is larger than that of the second force interval range, the power of the second force interval range is larger than that of the first force interval range, namely different force interval ranges correspond to different flashlight brightness, in the actual use process, when the flashlight is turned on, the flashlight is defaulted to be the lowest using power, namely the darkest flashlight brightness, a user can determine the corresponding force interval range according to different input pressing force degrees to change the flashlight brightness in real time, the whole process is simple to operate, and a screen does not need to be turned on or the flashlight is operated by a single hand.
Further, when the touch operation is a sliding operation, the sliding operation may be a sliding operation along a length direction of the touch area or along a width direction of the touch area, and in a use process of the conventional flashlight, a light emission angle of the flashlight on the electronic device is fixed and cannot be adjusted. When the user slides right on the touch area on the middle frame, the light emission angle is deviated to the right. When the user slides up on the touch area on the middle frame, the light emission angle is biased upward. When the user slides down in the touch area on the middle frame, the light emission angle is deflected downwards. That is to say, the light emission angle of the flashlight can be shifted in 360 degrees through the sliding operation of the touch control area on the middle frame by the user, so that the use of the user is greatly facilitated, and the actual application range is expanded.
It should be noted that the processor may also control the state of the flashlight 600 according to other control signals, which are not illustrated herein. Of course, the processor may also control other functions of the electronic device 20 in accordance with other control signals.
The housing assembly, the electronic device, the control method of the electronic device, and the control method of the flashlight provided by the embodiments of the present 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. An electronic device, comprising:
the touch screen comprises a shell, a touch screen and a touch screen, wherein the shell comprises a side edge, and the side edge is provided with a touch area;
the touch control module is arranged in the touch control area and used for receiving a control signal, the touch control module comprises a pressure detection module and an ultrasonic detection module, the pressure detection module comprises a pressure detector, the ultrasonic detection module comprises a signal transmitting part and a signal receiving part, the pressure detector is arranged between the signal transmitting part and the signal receiving part, the control signal comprises a pressing touch control signal and a sliding touch control signal, the pressing touch control signal is determined according to the pressing force degree detected by the pressure detection module, and the sliding touch control signal is determined according to the pressing position detected by the ultrasonic detection module;
the processor is electrically connected with the touch control assembly and used for adjusting the brightness of the flashlight according to the pressing touch control signal and adjusting the light emission angle of the flashlight according to the sliding touch control signal.
2. The electronic device of claim 1, wherein when the processor receives a sliding operation along the length direction or the width direction of the side edge at the touch area after the processor turns on the working state of the flashlight, the touch component determines the sliding operation as a sliding touch signal.
3. The electronic device of claim 1, wherein when the touch component receives a pressing operation at the touch area, the touch component determines the pressing operation as a pressing touch signal.
4. A control method of a flashlight is applied to an electronic device, and the electronic device is characterized by comprising the following steps:
the touch control module comprises a pressure detection module and an ultrasonic detection module, the pressure detection module comprises a pressure detector, the ultrasonic detection module comprises a signal transmitting part and a signal receiving part, and the pressure detector is arranged between the signal transmitting part and the signal receiving part;
the touch control assembly is arranged in the touch control area;
the control method of the flashlight comprises the following steps:
receiving a control signal through the touch control assembly, wherein the control signal comprises a pressing touch control signal and a sliding touch control signal, the pressing touch control signal is determined according to the pressing force degree detected by the pressure detection module, and the sliding touch control signal is determined according to the pressing position detected by the ultrasonic detection module;
and adjusting the brightness of the flashlight according to the pressing touch signal and adjusting the light emission angle of the flashlight according to the sliding touch signal.
5. The method of claim 4, wherein the step of turning on the operating state of the flashlight comprises:
starting the working state of the flashlight and generating a motor signal;
and executing the motor signal to control the electronic equipment to execute corresponding vibration operation.
6. The method for controlling the flashlight of claim 4 or 5, wherein the step of turning on the operating state of the flashlight is followed by the step of:
acquiring touch operation on the touch area;
when the touch control operation is a pressing operation, adjusting the power of the flashlight according to the pressing force of the pressing operation;
and when the touch operation is a sliding operation, adjusting the light emission angle of the flashlight according to the direction of the sliding operation.
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