CN112134977A - Mobile terminal - Google Patents

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CN112134977A
CN112134977A CN201910556586.2A CN201910556586A CN112134977A CN 112134977 A CN112134977 A CN 112134977A CN 201910556586 A CN201910556586 A CN 201910556586A CN 112134977 A CN112134977 A CN 112134977A
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秦俊杰
韩高才
朱赫名
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04MTELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION
    • H04M1/00Substation equipment, e.g. for use by subscribers
    • H04M1/02Constructional features of telephone sets
    • H04M1/0202Portable telephone sets, e.g. cordless phones, mobile phones or bar type handsets
    • H04M1/0206Portable telephones comprising a plurality of mechanically joined movable body parts, e.g. hinged housings
    • H04M1/0208Portable telephones comprising a plurality of mechanically joined movable body parts, e.g. hinged housings characterized by the relative motions of the body parts
    • H04M1/0225Rotatable telephones, i.e. the body parts pivoting to an open position around an axis perpendicular to the plane they define in closed position
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04BTRANSMISSION
    • H04B5/00Near-field transmission systems, e.g. inductive loop type
    • H04B5/0025Near field system adaptations
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04MTELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION
    • H04M1/00Substation equipment, e.g. for use by subscribers
    • H04M1/02Constructional features of telephone sets
    • H04M1/0202Portable telephone sets, e.g. cordless phones, mobile phones or bar type handsets
    • H04M1/026Details of the structure or mounting of specific components
    • H04M1/0266Details of the structure or mounting of specific components for a display module assembly

Abstract

The present disclosure provides a mobile terminal including an apparatus body and a screen body rotatably connected to the apparatus body. The equipment main body is provided with a first short-distance wireless transmission module, the screen main body is provided with a second short-distance wireless transmission module, the number of at least one of the first short-distance wireless transmission module and the second short-distance wireless transmission module is two or more, and the number of the other one is one or more. The screen main body rotates relative to the device main body to switch to a closed state or at least one unfolded state, and the second short-distance wireless transmission module and the first short-distance wireless transmission module which are used for the communication connection between the screen main body and the device main body are correspondingly switched and paired for communication. When the device main body and the screen main body are in the unfolding state, the surface area of the mobile terminal is enlarged, a larger area is provided for layout, and various functions are more reasonably distributed.

Description

Mobile terminal
Technical Field
The disclosure belongs to the technical field of electronic equipment, and relates to a mobile terminal.
Background
Mobile terminals such as mobile phones or tablet computers play an increasingly important role in daily life of people, and many designers pay more and more attention to user experience in developing the mobile terminals. For example, as the level of industrial design increases and communication technology develops, more diversified design requirements are placed on the display part of the mobile terminal.
In the related art, the display screen may be configured as a rigid display screen having a fixed shape and a flexible display screen that can be bent. The display screen is fixed on the frame assembly of the mobile terminal and is connected with the frame assembly to form a whole, and the relative positions of the display screen and the frame assembly cannot be changed. However, the display screen and the frame component are fixed into a whole, and both must be moved integrally to adapt to corresponding use scenes, so that the moving range of the display screen and the application scenes of the mobile terminal are limited, and the user experience is poor.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of the above, the present disclosure provides a mobile terminal.
Specifically, the present disclosure is realized by the following technical solutions:
according to a first aspect of the embodiments of the present disclosure, a mobile terminal is provided, including an apparatus main body and a screen main body rotatably connected to the apparatus main body, the apparatus main body is provided with a first short-distance wireless transmission module, the screen main body is provided with a second short-distance wireless transmission module, at least one of the first short-distance wireless transmission module and the second short-distance wireless transmission module is provided with two or more numbers, and the other one is provided with one or more numbers;
the screen main body rotates relative to the device main body to switch to a closed state or at least one unfolded state, and the second short-distance wireless transmission module and the first short-distance wireless transmission module which are used for the communication connection between the screen main body and the device main body are correspondingly switched and paired for communication.
In one embodiment, the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules is two or more, and when the mobile terminal is in a closed state, at least one second short-distance wireless transmission module is paired with the first short-distance transmission module corresponding to the closed state and transmits signals; when the mobile terminal is in one of the unfolding states, at least one second short-distance wireless transmission module is paired with the first short-distance transmission module corresponding to the unfolding state and transmits signals.
In one embodiment, the number of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules is two or more, and when the mobile terminal is in a closed state, at least one first short-distance transmission module is paired with the second short-distance wireless transmission module corresponding to the closed state and transmits signals; when the mobile terminal is in one of the unfolding states, at least one first short-distance transmission module is paired with the second short-distance wireless transmission module corresponding to the unfolding state and transmits signals.
In one embodiment, the first short-range wireless transmission modules are uniformly distributed on the device main body; and/or the second short-distance wireless transmission modules are uniformly distributed on the screen main body.
In one embodiment, the mobile terminal further includes a rotating member mounted to the device body and/or the screen body, and the screen body rotates around the rotating member relative to the device body.
In one embodiment, the rotating part is fixedly arranged on the equipment body, and the screen body is inserted into and limited to the rotating part; or the rotating part is fixedly arranged on the screen body, and the equipment body is inserted and limited in the rotating part.
In one embodiment, the rotating member drives the screen body to rotate with respect to the apparatus body.
In one embodiment, the rotating member includes a stator assembly mounted to one of the screen body and the device body, and a rotor assembly mounted to the other of the screen body and the device body, the rotor assembly rotating relative to the stator assembly under the control of the screen body or the device body.
In one embodiment, the rotor assembly is inserted into the stator assembly and is in magnetic induction driving connection with the stator assembly.
In one embodiment, the rotating part further includes an angle control assembly for detecting and feeding back a rotation angle of the screen body with respect to the apparatus body.
In one embodiment, the rotating member further includes a rotation speed control assembly for controlling a rotation speed of the screen body with respect to the apparatus body.
In one embodiment, the rotating member is located at a rotational balance center of the screen body with respect to the apparatus body; or, the rotating part is positioned at the symmetrical center of the mobile terminal; or the rotating member is located at a preset center of gyration of the screen body with respect to the apparatus body.
In one embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission module and the second short-distance wireless transmission module surround the rotating component.
In an embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission module and the second short-distance wireless transmission module are located on a circular track with a center line of revolution of the rotating component as a circle center and the same radius.
In one embodiment, the screen main body includes a housing assembly and a display screen assembly mounted on the housing assembly, and the second short-distance wireless transmission module is mounted on the housing assembly and disposed opposite to the device main body.
In one embodiment, the rotating member is detachably connected to the housing assembly; or, at least part of the rotating part and the machine shell component are integrally formed.
In an embodiment, the screen main body further includes a functional component mounted on the housing component, and the functional component and the display screen component are respectively located on two opposite sides of the housing component.
In one embodiment, the apparatus body includes a frame assembly and a control module mounted to the frame assembly, and the first short-range wireless transmission module is mounted to the frame assembly and is in communication with the control module.
In one embodiment, the rotating member is removably attached to the frame assembly; or, at least part of the rotating part is integrally formed with the frame component.
In one embodiment, the device body further comprises a shooting module mounted on the frame assembly, and the shooting module is in communication connection with the control module.
In one embodiment, the frame assembly is provided with at least one lens hole facing one side of the screen body, and the shooting module is arranged corresponding to the lens hole.
In an embodiment, the device main body further includes an operation component mounted on the frame component, and the operation component is in communication connection with the control module and is configured to send a control signal to the control module according to a user operation.
In one embodiment, the operating components include one or more of a key, a scroll wheel, a handle, and a touch screen.
In one embodiment, the control module further comprises: a processor and a memory for storing processor-executable instructions, the first short-range wireless transmission module being communicatively coupled to the processor.
The technical scheme provided by the embodiment of the disclosure can have the following beneficial effects:
the screen main body can be rotatably arranged on the equipment main body, the screen main body and the equipment main body can be in a folding state to reduce the whole volume of the mobile terminal, or the screen main body is rotated away from the equipment main body to be in an unfolding state, and the screen main body is flexible to unfold and wide in application range. When the device main body and the screen main body are in the unfolding state, the surface area of the mobile terminal is enlarged, a larger area is provided for layout, and various functions are more reasonably distributed. The screen main part is rotatable to be installed in the equipment main part, and the user can be according to the state that self hobby adjustment screen main part was located, and user experience is good.
It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory only and are not restrictive of the disclosure.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram illustrating a structure of a mobile terminal in a closed state according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram illustrating a mobile terminal in one of the unfolded states according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 3 is a schematic cross-sectional structure diagram of a mobile terminal according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 4 is an enlarged schematic view of a structure at a in fig. 3.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of an apparatus body shown according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a screen body shown according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 7 is a schematic block diagram of a mobile terminal shown in accordance with an example embodiment.
Wherein, the screen body 10; a second short-distance wireless transmission module 11; a housing assembly 12; a display screen assembly 13; a functional component 14; an apparatus main body 20; a first short-range wireless transmission module 21; a frame assembly 22; a lens hole 221; a control module 23; a photographing module 24; an operating assembly 25; a rotating member 30; a stator assembly 31; a housing 311; a permanent magnet 312; a connecting member 313; a rotor assembly 32; a fixed shaft 321; a coil 322; a mobile terminal 40; a processing assembly 41; a memory 42; a power supply assembly 43; a multimedia component 44; an audio component 45; an input/output (I/O) interface 46; a sensor assembly 47; a communication component 48; a processor 49.
Detailed Description
Reference will now be made in detail to the exemplary embodiments, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. When the following description refers to the accompanying drawings, like numbers in different drawings represent the same or similar elements unless otherwise indicated. The implementations described in the exemplary embodiments below are not intended to represent all implementations consistent with the present disclosure. Rather, they are merely examples of apparatus and methods consistent with certain aspects of the present disclosure, as detailed in the appended claims.
The terminology used in the present disclosure is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the disclosure. As used in this disclosure and the appended claims, the singular forms "a," "an," and "the" are intended to include the plural forms as well, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise. It should also be understood that the term "and/or" as used herein refers to and encompasses any and all possible combinations of one or more of the associated listed items.
It is to be understood that although the terms first, second, third, etc. may be used herein to describe various information, such information should not be limited to these terms. These terms are only used to distinguish one type of information from another. For example, first information may also be referred to as second information, and similarly, second information may also be referred to as first information, without departing from the scope of the present disclosure. The word "if" as used herein may be interpreted as "at … …" or "when … …" or "in response to a determination", depending on the context.
Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram illustrating a structure of a mobile terminal in a closed state according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram illustrating a mobile terminal in one of the unfolded states according to an exemplary embodiment. As shown in fig. 1 and 2, the mobile terminal includes a device body 20 and a screen body 10 rotatably connected to the device body 20, the device body 20 is provided with a first short-range wireless transmission module 21, and the screen body 10 is provided with a second short-range wireless transmission module 11. At least one of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is provided in two or more numbers, and the other one is provided in one or more numbers. The screen body 10 rotates relative to the device body 20 to switch to the closed state or at least one opened state, and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 and the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 for the communication connection of the screen body 10 and the device body 20 correspondingly switch and reconfigure the communication.
The screen body 10 can rotate relative to the device body 20 by an external force, so that a portion between the screen body 10 and the device body 20 is misaligned, and a portion of the surface of the device body 20 shielded by the screen body 10 is exposed, thereby enlarging the surface area of the mobile terminal. With the increase of the surface area of the mobile terminal, the mobile terminal has a larger area for layout, more control components can be arranged on the screen main body 10 or the device main body 20, and various functions can be more reasonably arranged to obtain more functions, so that more adaptive scenes can be obtained, and the user experience can be improved. For example, when the screen body 10 is rotated by 30 degrees, 45 degrees, 90 degrees, or the like with respect to the device body 20, a portion of the device body 20 originally shielded by the screen body 10 is exposed, and the surface area of the mobile terminal is enlarged.
The screen body 10 can be rotated to the superimposed position of the apparatus body 20, that is, the screen body 10 is rotated by an angle of 0 degree with respect to the apparatus body 20, so that the mobile terminal is in a closed state. The screen body 10 and the device body 20 are in a closed state to reduce the overall volume of the mobile terminal, reduce the volume of the mobile terminal and the occupied space, and are convenient to carry and use. The screen body 10 is rotatably installed on the device body 20, and a user can adjust the state of the screen body 10 according to his/her preference, so that the user experience is good.
The screen body 10 and the device body 20 are in communication connection with the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 through the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 to perform data interaction and signal transmission. When the screen main body 10 and the device main body 20 are in a closed state or at least one opened state, the screen main body 10 and the device main body 20 can be in communication connection through at least one pair of the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11. At least one of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is provided in two or more numbers, and the other one is provided in one or more numbers.
When the mobile terminal is in the closed state or one of the open states, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 for the communication connection of the screen main body 10 and the device main body 20 are paired with each other and are in communication connection. The number of pairs of the first short range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short range wireless transmission module 11 for communication connection may be one or more pairs.
When the screen body 10 rotates with respect to the apparatus body 20, the second short range wireless transmission module 11 rotates with the screen body 10, while the first short range wireless transmission module 21 on the apparatus body 20 does not move. The original pairing communication between the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is released from pairing, when the screen body 10 rotates to a preset position relative to the device body 20, at least one second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 arranged on the screen body 10 is switched to be arranged opposite to at least one first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 arranged on the device body 20, and the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module are paired again and establish communication connection, so that the screen body 10 and the device body 20 are in communication connection at the preset position.
Accordingly, the pairing of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 includes, but is not limited to, one first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 correspondingly pairing and communicatively connecting with the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 at different positions when the screen body 10 rotates by a corresponding angle. Optionally, one second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is paired and communicatively connected with the corresponding first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 at different positions when the screen body 10 rotates by a corresponding angle. For example, there are one first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and four second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 which are distributed in a balanced manner, and when the screen main body 10 and the device main body 20 are in a closed state, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 is in corresponding communication connection with the first second short-distance wireless transmission module 11. When the screen body 10 is rotated by 90 degrees with respect to the apparatus body 20 to be in the unfolded state, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 is misaligned with the first second short-distance wireless transmission module 11, and is in communication connection with the second corresponding second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 in the unfolded state corresponding to 90 degrees. And so on, so that the second short range wireless transmission module 11 and the first short range wireless transmission module 21 for communicatively connecting the screen main body 10 with the device main body 20 are correspondingly switched and communication is newly paired.
Optionally, two or more first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 and two or more second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are provided, and at least one pair of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 for the communication connection between the screen main body 10 and the device main body 20 is provided during the switching state of the screen main body 10 relative to the device main body 20.
The first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are exemplarily illustrated as being provided with two. In an optional embodiment, when the mobile terminal is in the closed state, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the first second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are paired with each other, and the second first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are not paired. When the screen body 10 is rotated by a corresponding angle with respect to the device body 20 and is in an unfolded state, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the first second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are not paired, and the second first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are paired.
In another optional embodiment, when the mobile terminal is in the closed state, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the first second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are paired with each other, and the second first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are paired with each other. When the screen body 10 is rotated by a corresponding angle with respect to the device body 20 and is in an unfolded state, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are paired, and the second first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the first second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are paired.
The screen body 10 is relatively independent from the apparatus body 20, and even if the screen body 10 rotates relative to the apparatus body 20, communication connection can be performed by the short-range wireless communication technology, and control is convenient.
In an embodiment, two or more first short-range wireless transmission modules 21 are provided, and when the mobile terminal is in a closed state, at least one second short-range wireless transmission module 11 is paired with the first short-range transmission module 21 corresponding to the closed state and transmits signals. When the mobile terminal is in one of the unfolded states, at least one second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is paired with the first short-distance transmission module 21 corresponding to the unfolded state and transmits signals.
The screen body 10 is rotated by a corresponding angle with respect to the device body 20 to convert the mobile terminal from a closed state to an open state, or from an open state to another open state or closed state. The second short range wireless transmission module 11 changes the corresponding position with the apparatus body 20 as the screen body 10 rotates, and accordingly, the relative position of the second short range wireless transmission module 11 with the first short range wireless transmission module 21 on the apparatus body 20 changes.
When the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 is two or more, the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 are distributed at intervals on the device main body 20, and the positions of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 correspond to the angles of the unfolded state or the folded state. When the screen body 10 rotates relative to the device body 20 and is switched between the unfolded state and the folded state, the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 can be paired and communicatively connected with the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 at different positions to transmit signals, so that signal transmission is stable and pairing efficiency is high.
In an optional embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 are provided with four rotation center lines, which are defined as 1a, 1b, 1c and 1d, and are uniformly distributed on the rotation center line of the screen main body 10, and the number of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 is 1. When the mobile terminal is in a closed state, the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 is paired with 1a and not paired with the other modules 1b, 1c and 1 d. When the screen body 10 is rotated by a corresponding angle to be in the first unfolded state, the second short range wireless transmission modules 11 and 1b are paired with each other and are not paired with the other 1a, 1c and 1 d. When the screen body 10 rotates by a corresponding angle to be in a second unfolded state, the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 and 1c are paired with each other and are not paired with other modules 1a, 1b and 1d, and so on, so that the screen body 10 and the device body 20 can keep stable signal transmission in the relative rotation process, and the communication effect is good.
In an embodiment, two or more second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are provided, and when the mobile terminal is in a closed state, at least one first short-distance transmission module 21 is paired with the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 corresponding to the closed state and transmits signals. When the mobile terminal is in one of the unfolded states, at least one first short-distance transmission module 21 is paired with the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 corresponding to the unfolded state and transmits signals. Similar to the above embodiment, the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are provided with two or more than two, so that the screen main body 10 is paired with the first short-distance transmission module 21 located in the device main body 20 in the rotating process, and the pairing mode is flexible.
It should be noted that the number of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 and the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 can be two or more, and when the mobile terminal is in an unfolded state or a folded state, the mobile terminal pairs and transmits data through the two or more second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 and the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 at the same time, so that the transmission efficiency is high. After the mobile terminal is switched between states, the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 and the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 can be subjected to data transmission after being paired again, and the transmission stability is good.
In an optional embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 has four rotation center lines defined as 1a, 1b, 1c and 1d and uniformly distributed on the screen body 10, and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 has four rotation center lines defined as 2a, 2b, 2c and 2d respectively and uniformly distributed on the screen body 10. When the mobile terminal is in a closed state, 1a and 2a are paired with each other, 1b and 2b are paired with each other, 1c and 2c are paired with each other, and 1d and 2d are paired with each other. When the screen body 10 is rotated by a corresponding angle to be in the first unfolded state, 1a and 2d are paired with each other, 1b and 2a are paired with each other, 1c and 2b are paired with each other, and 1d and 2c are paired with each other. And by analogy, the screen body 10 and the device body 20 can keep stable signal transmission in the relative rotation process, and the communication effect is good.
As shown in fig. 3 and 4, the screen body 10 can rotate relative to the apparatus body 20, both rotating about a center of rotation. In an optional embodiment, the mobile terminal further includes a rotation member 30 mounted to the device body 20 and/or the screen body 10, and the screen body 10 rotates with respect to the device body 20 about the rotation member 30. The rotating member 30 is used for connecting the device body 20 and the screen body 10 into a whole, and also can enable the screen body 10 to rotate relative to the device body 20, so that the relative distance between the screen body 10 and the device body 20 is not changed, and the connecting effect is good. In an alternative embodiment, the rotation member 30 is integrally installed to the apparatus body 20, and the screen body 10 is rotatably coupled to the rotation member 30, so that the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 are rotatably coupled. In an alternative embodiment, the rotation member 30 is integrally installed to the screen body 10, and the apparatus body 20 is rotatably connected to the rotation member 30, so that the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 are rotatably connected. In an alternative embodiment, a part of the rotation member 30 is installed to the screen body 10, a part of the rotation member 30 is installed to the apparatus body 20, and the two part of the rotation member 30 are connected to each other so that the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 are rotatably connected. The screen body 10 rotates relative to the apparatus body 20 through the rotating member 30, and the relative angle between the screen body and the apparatus body is adjusted through the rotating member 30, so that the rotation is stable, and the driving effect is good.
The device body 20 and the screen body 10 are connected through a rotating part 30, the screen body 10 rotates relative to the device body 20 under the action of external force, optionally, the rotating part 30 is only used as a rotating shaft part, and the screen body 10 rotates around the rotating part 30 under the manual driving of a user. In an alternative embodiment, the rotating member 30 is fixedly installed on the apparatus body 20, and the screen body 10 is inserted and limited to the rotating member 30. The rotating member 30 is disposed on the device body 20 in a shaft-like structure, and the screen body 10 is disposed with a column-like or hole-like structure matched with the rotating member 30 to be inserted into the rotating member 30, so that the screen body 10 can be rotatably connected to the rotating member 30, and the connection is convenient. Alternatively, the rotation member 30 may be detachably coupled to the apparatus body 20, or at least a portion of the rotation member 30 may be integrally formed with the apparatus body 20, to improve the accuracy of the coupling position of the screen body 10 to the apparatus body 20. Similarly, in an alternative embodiment, the rotating member 30 is fixedly installed on the screen body 10, and the apparatus body 20 is inserted into and limited to the rotating member 30, so that the apparatus body 20 can be rotatably connected to the screen body 10.
Alternatively, the rotation member 30 serves as a driving member and can generate a driving force, and the screen body 10 is rotated with respect to the apparatus body 20 by the driving of the rotation member 30. In one embodiment, the rotation member 30 drives the screen body 10 to rotate with respect to the apparatus body 20. The rotary member 30 is similar to a motor or a motor, wherein one of the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 is configured or fixed to a stator or a rotor portion of the rotary member 30, and the other is configured or fixed to a corresponding rotor or stator portion of the rotary member 30, so that the screen body 10 is rotated relative to the apparatus body 20 by driving of the rotary member 30, thereby improving reliability of control.
As shown in fig. 3 and 4, in an embodiment, the rotating member 30 includes a stator assembly 31 and a rotor assembly 32, the stator assembly 31 is mounted to one of the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20, the rotor assembly 32 is mounted to the other of the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20, and the rotor assembly 32 rotates relative to the stator assembly 31 under the control of the screen body 10 or the apparatus body 20. The stator assembly 31 and the rotor assembly 32 form a structure similar to a motor or a motor, so that the rotor assembly 32 and the stator assembly 31 are relatively rotated under the control of the control signal, and then the screen body 10 is in a corresponding position relative to the apparatus body 20, and the adjustment is convenient. In an alternative embodiment, the stator assembly 31 is mounted to the screen body 10 and the rotor assembly 32 is mounted to the apparatus body 20. In an alternative embodiment, the stator assembly 31 is mounted to the apparatus body 20 and the rotor assembly 32 is mounted to the screen body 10.
The stator assembly 31 and the rotor assembly 32 are relatively rotated or kept still under the control of the control signal to improve the rotation accuracy of the screen main body 10 with respect to the apparatus main body 20, and the position and angle controllability is good. The stator assembly 31 is connected with the rotor assembly 32 in a matching mode, so that the mounting accuracy of the screen main body 10 and the equipment main body 20 is improved, and the assembling accuracy is high.
In an alternative embodiment, the rotor assembly 32 is inserted into the stator assembly 31 and magnetically inductively and drivingly connected to the stator assembly 31. The stator assembly 31 forms an annular hollow space, and the rotor assembly 32 is inserted into the stator assembly 31 and located in the hollow space. The stator assembly 31 and the rotor assembly 32 are coupled by magnetic induction drive to form a structure similar to an electric machine or motor. Alternatively, the stator assembly 31 is provided with permanent magnets 312 distributed according to a predetermined rule, and the rotor assembly 32 is provided with coils 322. When the coil 322 is energized, a magnetic field interacting with the permanent magnet 312 is formed, a magnetic driving force interacting between the rotor assembly 32 and the stator assembly 31 is formed, and the screen main body 10 rotates relative to the stator assembly 31 under the action of the magnetic driving force, so that the driving effect is good.
In one embodiment, the rotating member 30 further includes an angle control assembly for detecting and feeding back a rotation angle of the screen body 10 with respect to the apparatus body 20. The screen body 10 is driven by the rotating member 30 and rotates relative to the apparatus body 20, and the rotating member 30 is provided with an angle control assembly for controlling the rotating angle of the screen body 10 relative to the apparatus body 20, so that the control precision is high. Alternatively, the angle control component is provided as an angle sensor, a hall sensor, a photosensor, or the like.
The rotating member 30 rotates the screen body 10 relative to the apparatus body 20 so that the screen body 10 is at a predetermined angle of the apparatus body 20. In an alternative embodiment, the rotating member 30 further includes a rotation speed control assembly for controlling a rotation speed of the screen body 10 with respect to the apparatus body 20. The rotational speed control assembly adjusts a rotational damping force between the rotor assembly 32 and the stator assembly 31 to reduce the rotational speed of the rotor assembly 32. Alternatively, the rotational speed control assembly controls the rotational speed of rotor assembly 32 by sensing a current parameter of rotor assembly 32. The rotation speed of the screen body 10 relative to the apparatus body 20 is adjustable, the rotation angle of the screen body 10 relative to the apparatus body 20 can be increased, and the rotation accuracy is high.
The screen main body 10 is rotated relative to the apparatus main body 20 about a rotation center line of the rotating part 30 to adjust an angle of the screen main body 10 relative to the apparatus main body 20. Wherein the screen body 10 is rotated circumferentially by 360 degrees with respect to the apparatus body 20. In an alternative embodiment, the rotation member 30 is located at a rotation balance center of the screen body 10 with respect to the apparatus body 20. The screen body 10 has different masses at respective portions thereof, and has a rotational balance center. The rotation member 30 is disposed at the rotation balance center of the screen body 10, and the torque force applied to the rotation member 30 is balanced during the rotation of the screen body 10, so that the rotation stability is good.
In an alternative embodiment, the rotating member 30 is located at the center of symmetry of the mobile terminal. The screen main body 10 is provided in a fixed frame type structure in which the screen main body 10 is provided in a symmetrical structure. Accordingly, the screen body 10 has a symmetrical center point where the rotation member 30 is provided, so that the size of the rotation angle of the screen body 10 is balanced, the controllability of the rotation angle is good, and the overall beauty is high. For example, the screen body 10 is provided in a rectangular structure, and the rotation member 30 is provided at the intersection of the diagonals of the screen body 10.
In an alternative embodiment, the rotation member 30 is located at a preset center of rotation of the screen body 10 with respect to the apparatus body 20. The screen body 10 circumferentially rotates around the rotation center line of the rotation member 30, and accordingly, the installation position of the rotation member 30 on the apparatus body 20 is adjusted, so that the screen body 10 can rotate according to a preset requirement, and the rotation flexibility is good.
The screen body 10 and the device body 20 are relatively independently provided and are in communication connection via a first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and a second short-range wireless transmission module 11. In an alternative embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 surround the rotating member 30. The first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are matched and connected with each other to perform data interaction. The number of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is one or more, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 both surround the rotating part 30, so that the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 changes in position relative to the device main body 20 along with the rotation of the screen main body 10, and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 can be in communication connection with the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 after the position changes, and the communication effect is good.
As shown in fig. 5 and 6, in an alternative embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 is provided with two or more than two and uniformly distributed in the apparatus main body 20. Optionally, the number of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 is one or more, and when the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 rotate along with the screen main body 10, at least one of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 and the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 are in communication connection with each other, so that the device main body 20 is in communication connection with the screen main body 10, and data transmission is stable.
In an optional embodiment, the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are provided with two or more and uniformly distributed on the screen main body 10. Optionally, the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 is one or more, and when the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 rotate along with the screen main body 10, at least one of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 is in communication connection with the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21, so that the device main body 20 is in communication connection with the screen main body 10, and data transmission is stable.
In one embodiment, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are located on a circular track with the center line of revolution of the rotating member 30 as the center and the same radius.
One or more than one first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and one second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are arranged, and the radius of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 from the rotation center line of the rotating part 30 is equal to the radius of the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 from the rotation center line of the rotating part 30. When the screen body 10 rotates to the preset position of the device body 20, the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 are overlapped in the axial direction, and the stability of data transmission is improved.
In an embodiment, when the screen body 10 and the device body 20 are in a closed state or rotated to a preset angle, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are disposed opposite to each other to improve stability of data transmission. In an optional embodiment, the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 and the number of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are the same and are distributed uniformly. Or, the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 are uniformly distributed in the device main body 20, the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are uniformly distributed in the screen main body 10, and a central angle of the adjacent first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 relative to the rotation center line is the same as or integral multiple of a central angle of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 relative to the rotation center line, so that the screen main body 10 rotates by a preset angle relative to the device main body 20 and then coincides with the rotation center line. Optionally, the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 is different from that of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11, so that the smaller one can be switched between the other one at different positions during the rotation process, for example, the apparatus main body 20 is provided with four first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 uniformly distributed, and one second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 is provided. Every time the screen body 10 is rotated by 90 degrees, the second short range wireless transmission module 11 is disposed opposite to one of the first short range wireless transmission modules 21.
In a specific embodiment, the number of the first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 and the number of the second short-distance wireless transmission modules 11 are four, and the radius of the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 from the rotation center line of the rotating member 30 is equal to the radius of the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 from the rotation center line of the rotating member 30. The radii of the four first short-distance wireless transmission modules 21 from the gyration center line are the same. When the screen main body 10 and the apparatus main body 20 are in the closed state, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are disposed oppositely. When the screen body 10 is rotated by 90 degrees with respect to the apparatus body 20, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 and the other second short-range wireless transmission module 11 are oppositely disposed, and data transmission is stable.
As shown in fig. 3 and 6, in an embodiment, the screen main body 10 includes a cabinet assembly 12 and a display screen assembly 13 mounted to the cabinet assembly 12, and at least one second short-range wireless transmission module 11 is mounted to the cabinet assembly 12 and disposed opposite to the apparatus main body 20.
At least one second short range wireless transmission module 11 is communicatively connected with the apparatus body 20 to perform interaction of data. The display screen assembly 13 is used for outputting display information such as images, and optionally, the display screen assembly 13 is in communication connection with the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 to display control information and instructions transmitted by the device main body 20. The housing assembly 12 is used to support the display screen assembly 13 to stabilize the installation position of the display screen assembly 13. Optionally, the cabinet assembly 12 is rotatably coupled to the apparatus body 20. For example, the casing assembly 12 is provided with a rotation shaft structure so that the casing assembly 12 is rotatably coupled to the apparatus main body 20.
In an alternative embodiment, the rotatable member 30 is removably connected to the housing assembly 12 to improve the ease of assembly and compatibility of parts interchange. For example, the rotor assembly 32 is detachably mounted to the cabinet assembly 12 to enable the screen main body 10 to rotate with respect to the apparatus main body 20. Alternatively, the rotor assembly 32 includes a fixed shaft 321 and a coil 322 assembled to the fixed shaft 321, and the fixed shaft 321 is detachably coupled to the cabinet assembly 12.
In an alternative embodiment, at least a portion of the rotating member 30 is integrally formed with the housing assembly 12 to improve the connection accuracy between the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 and to improve the reliability of the connection. For example, the rotor assembly 32 includes a stationary shaft 321 and a coil 322 assembled to the stationary shaft 321, and the stationary shaft 321 is integrally formed with the housing assembly 12.
The screen body 10 rotates relative to the device body 20, so that the device terminal is switched from a closed state to an expanded state, and part of the outer surface of the screen body 10 is exposed. In an optional embodiment, the screen body 10 further includes a functional component 14 mounted to the housing component 12, and the functional component 14 and the display screen component 13 are respectively located on two opposite sides of the housing component 12. The housing assembly 12 is provided as a plate-like structure including two main surfaces and a side wall surrounding the main surfaces. The display screen assembly 13 covers one of the major surfaces to provide the mobile terminal with a corresponding display range. When the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 are in the closed state, the other main surface is shielded opposite to the apparatus body 20. When the screen main body 10 and the device main body 20 are in the unfolded state, the main surface is exposed to the air, and the functional component 14 can perform a corresponding function. Alternatively, the functional component 14 can be a camera module capable of capturing images of the target object; the distance measurement module can measure the distance between the equipment terminal and the target object; a light emitting element capable of emitting light; and other components having corresponding functions, thereby enlarging the functions of the screen body 10 and having a wide application range.
As shown in fig. 3 and 5, the device body 20 serves to mount and support the screen body 10 to maintain the overall stability of the device terminal. In one embodiment, the apparatus body 20 includes a frame assembly 22 and a control module 23 mounted to the frame assembly 22, and at least one first short-range wireless transmission module 21 is mounted to the frame assembly 22 and communicatively connected to the control module 23.
The control module 23 is in communication connection with the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21, so that a user can process related information and instructions through the control module 23 and transmit the related information and instructions to the outside through the first short-distance wireless transmission module 21. The at least one first short-distance wireless transmission module 21 is in communication connection with the second short-distance wireless transmission module 11 of the screen body 10 to perform data interaction, and then the screen body 10 outputs corresponding information and images. The frame assembly 22 serves to receive and protect the control module 23, and the frame assembly 22 is rotatably coupled with the screen body 10. For example, the frame assembly 22 is provided with a hinge structure so that the frame assembly 22 is rotatably coupled to the screen main body 10.
In an alternative embodiment, the rotating member 30 is removably attached to the frame assembly 22 to improve the ease of assembly and compatibility of parts interchange. For example, the stator assembly 31 is detachably mounted to the frame assembly 22 to enable the screen main body 10 to rotate with respect to the apparatus main body 20. Optionally, the stator assembly 31 includes a housing 311 and a permanent magnet 312 assembled to the housing 311, the housing 311 is detachably connected to the frame assembly 22, the rotor assembly 32 is inserted into the stator assembly 31 and is in limited connection with the frame assembly 22 or the stator assembly 31 via a connection member 313 such as a bearing, and the rotor assembly 32 is kept within the magnetic field range of the stator assembly 31, so that the positioning effect is good.
In an alternative embodiment, at least a portion of the rotating member 30 is integrally formed with the frame assembly 22 to improve the connection accuracy of the screen body 10 and the apparatus body 20 and to improve the reliability of the connection. For example, the stator assembly 31 includes a housing 311 and a permanent magnet 312 mounted to the housing 311, the housing 311 being integrally formed with the frame assembly 22.
In one embodiment, the device body 20 further includes a camera module 24 mounted to the frame assembly 22, the camera module 24 being communicatively coupled to the control module 23. The shooting module 24 is used for executing shooting functions, and the shooting module 24 is in communication connection with the control module 23 and has strong controllability. The frame assembly 22 has a plate-shaped structure including a front plane and a rear plane, and the screen body 10 is rotatably coupled to the frame assembly 22 and shields the front plane. The photographing module 24 may be mounted on the front plane and/or the rear plane to enlarge a photographing angle.
In an alternative embodiment, the frame assembly 22 is provided with at least one lens hole 221, the at least one lens hole 221 faces the screen body 10 side, and the photographing module 24 is disposed corresponding to the lens hole 221. The lens hole 221 is opened at the front plane of the frame assembly 22, when the screen body 10 is in the unfolded state, the front plane is not shielded, the shooting module 24 can shoot the image information in front, and the shooting effect is good. For example, the camera module 24 is disposed on the frame assembly 22, which can improve the effect of self-shooting. When the screen body 10 is in the closed state, it can shield the photographing module 24, which can improve the aesthetic appearance of the mobile terminal.
In one embodiment, the device body 20 further includes an operating assembly 25 mounted to the frame assembly 22, the operating assembly 25 being communicatively coupled to the control module 23 for sending control signals to the control module 23 in response to user manipulation. The operation component 25 is connected with the control module 23, so that a user can directly input an operation instruction through the operation component 25, and the operation is convenient for the user. In an alternative embodiment, the operating assembly 25 includes one or more of a key, a scroll wheel, a handle, and a touch screen.
The operation component 25 is disposed on the front surface of the frame component 22, when the screen body 10 is in the unfolded state, the front surface is not shielded, and the user can directly input the control command through the operation component 25, which is convenient to operate. For example, the operation member 25 is disposed on the keyboard of the frame member 22, which can improve the efficiency of instruction input. When the screen body 10 is in the closed state, it can shield the operating component 25, which can improve the aesthetic appearance of the mobile terminal.
As shown in fig. 1, 2 and 7, in one embodiment, the control module 23 further includes: a processor and a memory for storing processor-executable instructions, the first short-range wireless transmission module 21 being communicatively coupled to the processor.
The mobile terminal may be provided as a variety of electronic devices, for example, the mobile terminal 40 may be a mobile telephone, a computer, a digital broadcast terminal, a messaging device, a game console, a tablet device, a medical device, an exercise device, a personal digital assistant, a translator, and the like.
The mobile terminal 40 may include one or more of the following components: a processing component 41, a memory 42, a power component 43, a multimedia component 44, an audio component 45, an input/output (I/O) interface 46, a sensor component 47, and a communication component 48.
The processing component 41 generally controls overall operation of the mobile terminal 40, such as operations associated with display, telephone calls, data communications, camera operations, and recording operations. The processing components 41 may include one or more processors 49 to execute instructions to perform all or a portion of the steps of the methods described above. Further, processing component 41 may include one or more modules that facilitate interaction between processing component 41 and other components. For example, the processing component 41 may include a multimedia module to facilitate interaction between the multimedia component 44 and the processing component 41.
The memory 42 is configured to store various types of data to support operation at the mobile terminal 40. Examples of such data include instructions for any application or method operating on the mobile terminal 40, contact data, phonebook data, messages, pictures, videos, and so forth. The memory 42 may be implemented by any type or combination of volatile or non-volatile memory devices, such as static random access memory 42(SRAM), electrically erasable programmable read-only memory 42(EEPROM), erasable programmable read-only memory 42(EPROM), programmable read-only memory 42(PROM), read-only memory 42(ROM), magnetic memory 42, flash memory 42, a magnetic or optical disk.
The power supply component 43 provides power to the various components of the mobile terminal 40. The power components 43 may include a power management system, one or more power sources, and other components associated with generating, managing, and distributing power for the mobile terminal 40.
The multimedia component 44 includes a screen that provides an output interface between the mobile terminal 40 and the user. In some embodiments, the screen may include a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and a Touch Panel (TP). If the screen includes a touch panel, the screen may be implemented as a touch screen to receive an input signal from a user. The touch panel includes one or more touch sensors to sense touch, slide, and gestures on the touch panel. The touch sensor may not only sense the boundary of a touch or slide action, but also detect the duration and pressure associated with the touch or slide operation. In some embodiments, the multimedia component 44 includes a front facing camera and/or a rear facing camera. The front camera and/or the rear camera may receive external multimedia data when the mobile terminal 40 is in an operation mode, such as a photographing mode or a video mode. Each front camera and rear camera may be a fixed optical lens system or have a focal length and optical zoom capability.
Audio component 45 is configured to output and/or input audio signals. For example, the audio component 45 includes a Microphone (MIC) configured to receive external audio signals when the mobile terminal 40 is in an operational mode, such as a call mode, a recording mode, and a voice recognition mode. The received audio signals may further be stored in the memory 42 or transmitted via the communication component 48. In some embodiments, audio assembly 45 also includes a speaker for outputting audio signals.
An input/output (I/O) interface 46 provides an interface between the processing component 41 and peripheral interface modules, which may be keyboards, click wheels, buttons, etc. These buttons may include, but are not limited to: a home button, a volume button, a start button, and a lock button.
The sensor assembly 47 includes one or more sensors for providing various aspects of status assessment for the mobile terminal 40. For example, the sensor assembly 47 may detect an open/closed state of the device, the relative positioning of the components, such as a display and keypad of the mobile terminal 40, the sensor assembly 47 may also detect a change in the position of the mobile terminal 40 or a component of the mobile terminal 40, the presence or absence of user contact with the mobile terminal 40, orientation or acceleration/deceleration of the mobile terminal 40, and a change in the temperature of the mobile terminal 40. The sensor assembly 47 may include a proximity sensor configured to detect the presence of a nearby object without any physical contact. The sensor assembly 47 may also include a light sensor, such as a CMOS or CCD image sensor, for use in imaging applications. In some embodiments, the sensor assembly 47 may also include an acceleration sensor, a gyroscope sensor, a magnetic sensor, a pressure sensor, or a temperature sensor.
The communication component 48 is configured to facilitate communications between the mobile terminal 40 and other devices in a wired or wireless manner. The mobile terminal 40 may access a wireless network based on a communication standard, such as WiFi, 2G, 4G, 5G, or a combination thereof. In an exemplary embodiment, the communication component 48 receives broadcast signals or broadcast related information from an external broadcast management system via a broadcast channel. In an exemplary embodiment, the communication component 48 further includes a Near Field Communication (NFC) module to facilitate short-range communications. For example, the NFC module may be implemented based on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, infrared data association (IrDA) technology, Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology, Bluetooth (BT) technology, and other technologies.
In an exemplary embodiment, the mobile terminal 40 may be implemented by one or more Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), digital signal processors 49 (DSPs), Digital Signal Processing Devices (DSPDs), Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs), Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), controllers, micro-controllers, microprocessors 49 or other electronic components for performing the above-described methods.
The present disclosure is to be considered as limited only by the preferred embodiments and not limited to the specific embodiments described herein, and all changes, equivalents, and modifications that come within the spirit and scope of the disclosure are desired to be protected.

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1. A mobile terminal is characterized by comprising an equipment main body and a screen main body which is rotatably connected with the equipment main body, wherein the equipment main body is provided with a first short-distance wireless transmission module, the screen main body is provided with a second short-distance wireless transmission module, at least one of the first short-distance wireless transmission module and the second short-distance wireless transmission module is two or more, and the other one is one or more;
the screen main body rotates relative to the device main body to switch to a closed state or at least one unfolded state, and the second short-distance wireless transmission module and the first short-distance wireless transmission module which are used for the communication connection between the screen main body and the device main body are correspondingly switched and paired for communication.
2. The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the number of the first short-range wireless transmission modules is two or more, and when the mobile terminal is in a closed state, at least one of the second short-range wireless transmission modules is paired with the first short-range transmission module corresponding to the closed state and transmits a signal; when the mobile terminal is in one of the unfolding states, at least one second short-distance wireless transmission module is paired with the first short-distance transmission module corresponding to the unfolding state and transmits signals.
3. The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the number of the second short-range wireless transmission modules is two or more, and when the mobile terminal is in a closed state, at least one of the first short-range wireless transmission modules is paired with the second short-range wireless transmission module corresponding to the closed state and transmits a signal; when the mobile terminal is in one of the unfolding states, at least one first short-distance transmission module is paired with a second short-distance wireless transmission module corresponding to the unfolding state and transmits signals.
4. The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the first short-range wireless transmission modules are uniformly distributed in the device main body; and/or the second short-distance wireless transmission modules are uniformly distributed on the screen main body.
5. The mobile terminal according to claim 1, further comprising a rotation member mounted to the device body and/or the screen body, the screen body rotating around the rotation member relative to the device body.
6. The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the rotating member is fixedly installed at the device body, and the screen body is inserted into and limited to the rotating member; or the rotating part is fixedly arranged on the screen body, and the equipment body is inserted and limited in the rotating part.
7. The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the rotation member drives the screen body to rotate with respect to the device body.
8. The mobile terminal of claim 7, wherein the rotating member includes a stator assembly mounted to one of the screen body and the device body and a rotor assembly mounted to the other of the screen body and the device body, the rotor assembly rotating relative to the stator assembly under control of the screen body or the device body.
9. The mobile terminal of claim 8, wherein the rotor assembly is connected to the stator assembly in a plug-in manner and is magnetically coupled to the stator assembly.
10. The mobile terminal according to claim 8, wherein the rotating part further comprises an angle control component for detecting and feeding back a rotation angle of the screen body with respect to the device body.
11. The mobile terminal according to claim 8, wherein the rotating part further comprises a rotation speed control component for controlling a rotation speed of the screen body with respect to the device body.
12. The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the rotation member is located at a rotation balance center of the screen body with respect to the device body; or, the rotating part is positioned at the symmetrical center of the mobile terminal; or the rotating member is located at a preset center of gyration of the screen body with respect to the apparatus body.
13. The mobile terminal of claim 5, wherein the first short-range wireless transmission module and the second short-range wireless transmission module surround the rotating component.
14. The mobile terminal according to claim 13, wherein the first short-range wireless transmission module and the second short-range wireless transmission module are located on a circular track with a center line of revolution of the rotating member as a center and the same radius.
15. The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the screen main body includes a housing assembly and a display screen assembly mounted to the housing assembly, and the second short-range wireless transmission module is mounted to the housing assembly and disposed opposite to the device main body.
16. The mobile terminal of claim 15, wherein the rotating member is detachably connected to the housing assembly; or, at least part of the rotating part and the machine shell component are integrally formed.
17. The mobile terminal of claim 15, wherein the screen body further comprises a functional component mounted to the housing component, and wherein the functional component and the display screen component are respectively located on two opposite sides of the housing component.
18. The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the device body includes a frame assembly and a control module mounted to the frame assembly, and the first short-range wireless transmission module is mounted to the frame assembly and communicatively connected to the control module.
19. The mobile terminal of claim 18, wherein the rotating member is removably coupled to the frame assembly; or, at least part of the rotating part is integrally formed with the frame component.
20. The mobile terminal of claim 18, wherein the device body further comprises a camera module mounted to the frame assembly, the camera module being communicatively coupled to the control module.
21. The mobile terminal of claim 20, wherein the frame assembly is provided with at least one lens hole facing a side of the screen body, and the photographing module is disposed corresponding to the lens hole.
22. The mobile terminal of claim 18, wherein the device body further comprises an operating component mounted to the frame component, the operating component being in communication with the control module for sending a control signal to the control module according to a user operation.
23. The mobile terminal of claim 22, wherein the operating component comprises one or more of a key, a scroll wheel, a handle, and a touch screen.
24. The mobile terminal of claim 18, wherein the control module further comprises: a processor and a memory for storing processor-executable instructions, the first short-range wireless transmission module being communicatively coupled to the processor.
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