CN209964101U - Mobile terminal and battery cover thereof - Google Patents

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CN209964101U
CN209964101U CN201920534763.2U CN201920534763U CN209964101U CN 209964101 U CN209964101 U CN 209964101U CN 201920534763 U CN201920534763 U CN 201920534763U CN 209964101 U CN209964101 U CN 209964101U
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The application relates to a mobile terminal and a battery cover thereof. The display screen module is connected in one side of casing, but the camera module is located the dorsal part of the display area of display screen module, and the battery cover is connected in the one side that deviates from the display screen module of casing and is covered and establish the camera module. The battery cover includes a front surface facing the camera module and a rear surface. The battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge. The rear surface includes that first transition region, second transition region and lid establish the plane region of camera module, and first transition region and second transition region are located the both ends of crest line respectively and extend to the edge of battery lid. The plane area extends to the ridge line, and ambient light can pass through the plane area and enter the camera module. The arrangement of the internal components of the mobile terminal can be more flexible and compact.

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Mobile terminal and battery cover thereof
Technical Field
The application relates to the technical field of mobile terminals.
Background
Generally, a mobile terminal such as a mobile phone is provided with a rear camera, when a battery cover of the mobile terminal is made of 3D glass, the field angle of the rear camera needs to be prevented from falling into a 3D arc area of the battery cover, and the mounting position of the rear camera is greatly limited.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The application discloses mobile terminal in first aspect to solve the problem that the mounting position of rear camera has been restricted to 3D glass battery cover.
A mobile terminal, comprising:
a housing;
the display screen module is connected to one side of the shell;
the camera module is positioned on the back side of the displayable area of the display screen module; and
the battery cover is connected to one side of the shell, which is far away from the display screen module, and covers the camera module; the battery cover comprises a front surface and a rear surface which are arranged in a reverse manner, and the front surface faces the camera module; the battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge; the rear surface comprises a first transition area, a second transition area and a plane area covering the camera module, and the first transition area and the second transition area are respectively positioned at two ends of the ridge line and extend to the edge of the battery cover; the plane area extends to the ridge line, and ambient light can pass through the plane area and enter the camera module.
Above mobile terminal, because the rear surface is regional including the plane that the camera module was established to the lid, ambient light can pass the plane region and incide to the camera module, because the ridge that the plane region extends to breach department, breach department has cancelled the regional back of 3D radian, the optical axis of camera module can be close to the ridge setting as far as possible, with the distance between the optical axis that reduces the camera module and battery cover edge, and then the arrangement of making mobile terminal's inside components and parts is more nimble, compact.
In one embodiment, the shell is provided with a protrusion, the protrusion is accommodated in the notch, and the edge of the protrusion is jointed with the ridge.
In one embodiment, the rear surface includes a first curved surface and a second curved surface, the first curved surface connects the first transition region, the second curved surface connects the second transition region, and the planar region is located between the first curved surface and the second curved surface.
In one embodiment, the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the second curved surface; the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located.
In one embodiment, the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the second curved surface; the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located.
In one embodiment, the rear surface includes a third curved surface connected between the first curved surface and the second curved surface, the planar region is connected to the third curved surface, and the third curved surface extends to an edge of the battery cover facing away from the notch.
In one embodiment, the angle of view of the camera module intersects with the rear surface to form a boundary line, and the minimum distance between the boundary line and the ridge line is 2 mm-2.5 mm.
The application second aspect provides a battery cover, can be used to the lid to establish on rear camera to solve the problem that the mounting position of rear camera has been restricted to the 3D glass battery cover.
A battery cover comprises a front surface and a rear surface which are arranged in a back-to-back manner, wherein the battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge; the rear surface comprises a first transition area, a second transition area and a plane area for covering the camera module, and the first transition area and the second transition area are respectively positioned at two ends of the ridge line and extend to the edge of the battery cover; the plane area extends to the ridge line, and ambient light can pass through the plane area and enter the camera module.
In one embodiment, the ridge is an arc or a multi-segment line.
In one embodiment, the rear surface includes a first curved surface, a second curved surface and a third curved surface, the first curved surface is connected to the first transition area, the second curved surface is connected to the second transition area, the plane area is located between the first curved surface and the second curved surface, the plane area is connected to the third curved surface, and the third curved surface extends to an edge of the battery cover deviating from the notch.
In one embodiment, the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the second curved surface; the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located.
In one embodiment, the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the second curved surface; the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located.
The third aspect of the application discloses a battery cover, can be used to cover and establish on rear camera to solve the problem that 3D glass battery cover has restricted the mounted position of rear camera.
A battery cover comprises a front surface and a rear surface which are arranged in a back-to-back manner, wherein the battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge; the rear surface comprises a first transition area, a second transition area and a plane area for covering the camera module, and the first transition area and the second transition area are respectively positioned at two ends of the ridge line and extend to the edge of the battery cover; the plane area is connected with the ridge line through a transition surface, and ambient light can penetrate through the plane area and enter the camera module; the width of the orthographic projection of the transition surface on a reference plane is less than 0.2mm, and the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located.
In one embodiment, the rear surface includes a first curved surface, a second curved surface and a third curved surface, the first curved surface is connected to the first transition area, the second curved surface is connected to the second transition area, the plane area is located between the first curved surface and the second curved surface, the plane area is connected to the third curved surface, and the third curved surface extends to an edge of the battery cover deviating from the notch.
In one embodiment, the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the second curved surface.
In one embodiment, the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the second curved surface.
The application fourth aspect discloses a mobile terminal to solve the problem that the mounting position of a rear camera is limited by a 3D glass battery cover.
A mobile terminal, comprising:
a housing;
the display screen module is connected to one side of the shell;
the camera module is positioned on the back side of the displayable area of the display screen module; and
the battery cover in any of the above embodiments, the battery cover is connected to a side of the housing that faces away from the display screen module and covers the camera module, and the front surface faces the camera module.
In one embodiment, the angle of view of the camera module and the rear surface intersect to form a boundary line, and the minimum distance between the boundary line and the ridge line is 2 mm-2.7 mm.
In one embodiment, the shell is provided with a protrusion, the protrusion is accommodated in the notch, and the edge of the protrusion is jointed with the ridge.
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FIG. 1 is a rear view of a mobile terminal in one embodiment;
FIG. 2 is an exploded view of one perspective of the mobile terminal shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is an exploded view of another perspective of the mobile terminal shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 4 is an exploded view of another perspective of the mobile terminal of FIG. 1;
FIG. 5 is an exploded view of another perspective of the mobile terminal of FIG. 1;
fig. 6 is an enlarged schematic view of the mobile terminal shown in fig. 1 at a;
fig. 7 is an exploded view of a mobile terminal in another embodiment;
fig. 8 is an enlarged schematic view of the mobile terminal shown in fig. 7 at B;
fig. 9 is a rear view of the mobile terminal shown in fig. 7;
fig. 10 is an enlarged schematic view of the mobile terminal shown in fig. 9 at C;
fig. 11 is a schematic structural diagram of a module of a mobile terminal according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
Detailed Description
To facilitate an understanding of the present application, the present application will now be described more fully with reference to the accompanying drawings. Preferred embodiments of the present application are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. This application may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete.
As used herein, "terminal device" refers to a device capable of receiving and/or transmitting communication signals including, but not limited to, devices connected via any one or more of the following connections:
(1) via wireline connections, such as via Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Digital cable, direct cable connections;
(2) via a Wireless interface means such as a cellular network, a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), a digital television network such as a DVB-H network, a satellite network, an AM-FM broadcast transmitter.
A terminal device arranged to communicate over a wireless interface may be referred to as a "mobile terminal". Examples of mobile terminals include, but are not limited to, the following electronic devices:
(1) satellite or cellular telephones;
(2) personal Communications Systems (PCS) terminals that may combine cellular radiotelephones with data processing, facsimile, and data Communications capabilities;
(3) radiotelephones, pagers, internet/intranet access, Web browsers, notebooks, calendars, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers;
(4) conventional laptop and/or palmtop receivers;
(5) conventional laptop and/or palmtop radiotelephone transceivers, and the like.
Referring to fig. 1, 2 and 3, in one embodiment, the mobile terminal 10 is a smartphone. The mobile terminal 10 includes a display screen module 100, a housing 200, a camera module 300, and a battery cover 400. The Display screen module 100 may be configured to Display information and provide an interactive interface for a user, and the Display screen module 100 may be an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screen or an OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) screen. The housing 200 is substantially rectangular, and the housing 200 may be sometimes referred to as a middle frame, and includes a metal base and a plurality of additional structures, such as a boss, a through hole, a counter bore, and a sink, which are injection-molded on the metal base, and these additional structures may be used to position the internal electronic components of the mobile terminal 10, so as to facilitate assembling the electronic components, such as the display screen module 100, the main board, and the battery, of the mobile terminal 10 to the housing 200 and form a reliable connection with the housing 200. The material of the metal substrate can be aluminum alloy, magnesium alloy, stainless steel or the like.
Referring to fig. 4 and 5, the display screen module 100 is connected to one side of the housing 200, and the camera module 300 is located at a back side of the displayable region of the display screen module 100, that is, the camera module 300 can perform a function of a rear camera, for example, a user can perform operations such as close-range shooting, long-range shooting, video recording and the like through the camera module 300. The battery cover 400 is connected to a side of the housing 200 away from the display module 100 and covers the camera module 300, and the battery cover 400 may be made of glass or sapphire. The battery cover 400 has a substantially rounded rectangular shape, and includes a front surface 410 and a rear surface 420 that are opposite to each other, and the front surface 410 faces the camera module 300. The battery cover 400 is provided with a notch 422 penetrating through the edge, the wall surface of the notch 422 intersects with the rear surface 420 to form a ridge 422a, and the ridge 422a can be an arc line or a plurality of lines. One embodiment of the multi-segment line is to form the notch 422 as a rectangular slot. Of course, in other embodiments, the edge 422a may also include 2 fold lines, or 3 fold lines, or more fold lines. Referring to fig. 6, the rear surface 420 includes a first transition area 402, a second transition area 404 and a plane area 401 covering the camera module 300, the first transition area 402 and the second transition area 404 are respectively located at two ends of the ridge 422a and extend to the edge of the battery cover 400, the plane area 401 extends to the ridge 422a, and ambient light can pass through the plane area 401 and be incident on the camera module 300. Specifically, the portion of the planar area 401 corresponding to the camera module 300 has a relatively high transmittance, for example, the transmittance may be over 85%, and the ambient light can pass through the planar area 401 and be incident on the camera module 300. The front surface 410 of the battery cover 400, which is not used for the camera module 300 to enter light, may be transparent, or may be provided with some decorative layers such as an ink layer or an optical coating layer to beautify the appearance of the battery cover 400.
Referring to fig. 1 and 6, the angle of view of the camera module 300 intersects the rear surface 420 to form a boundary line a, which is circular. In one embodiment, the minimum distance d1 between the boundary line a and the ridge 422a is 1.5mm to 3.5 mm. Further, the minimum distance d1 between the boundary line a and the ridge line 422a is 2mm to 2.5 mm. Specifically, in the embodiment shown in fig. 6, the boundary line a formed by the intersection of the angle of view and the rear surface 420 is a circle, and the ridge 422a is an arc, so that the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge 422a can be defined as follows: a tangent line parallel to the width direction of the cell cover 400 is drawn at any point on the ridge 422a, and the tangent line is moved to be tangent to the boundary line a, so that the minimum moving distance of the tangent line is the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge 422 a. In other embodiments, the edge 422a is a multi-segment line, and the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the edge 422a can be defined as follows: taking the geometric plane of the plane area 401 as a reference plane, making a straight line parallel to the width direction of the cell cover 400, and moving the straight line to make the straight line tangent to the boundary line a, the shortest distance between a point on the ridge 422a and the tangent line is the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge 422 a. Since the peripheral edge of the battery cover 400 needs to be mounted on the housing 200 by dispensing, when the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge line 422a is within the above range, the optical axis of the camera module 300 can be made to be as close to the edge of the battery cover 400 as possible, and an appropriate distance can be maintained between the camera module 300 and the edge of the battery cover 400, so as to prevent the edge of the battery cover 400 from interfering with the field angle. It is understood that the angle of view of the camera module 300 is real and can be measured to determine that the intersection line of the angle of view and the rear surface 420 is a virtual line, but the boundary line a formed by the intersection of the angle of view and the rear surface 420 can be defined by printing ink on the front surface 410 of the battery cover 400 or attaching a film layer.
Further, referring to fig. 1, with the geometric plane of the planar area 401 as a reference plane, the battery cover 400 forms a top edge 421, a bottom edge 423, a first side edge 425 and a second side edge 427 at the edge of the orthographic projection of the reference plane. In one embodiment, the orthographic projection of top edge 421 on the reference plane includes edge 422a and line segments at both ends of edge 422a, first side edge 425 includes both line segment portions and arc portions, and second side edge 427 is similar in structure to first side edge 425, although top edge 421 at both ends of edge 422a can also be arc. Bottom edge 423 connects first side edge 425 and second side edge 427, and bottom edge 423 may be a line segment or an arc. In one embodiment, camera module 300 is disposed closer to top edge 421 than bottom edge 423. Further, the first transition area 402 and the second transition area 404 may be disposed at two sides of the notch 422 in an axisymmetric manner to improve the appearance of the battery cover 400, and thus the appearance of the mobile terminal 10.
Further, referring to fig. 1 and 2, the housing 200 is provided with a protrusion 210, the protrusion 210 is received in the notch 422, and an edge of the protrusion 210 is engaged with the ridge 422 a. When the ridge 422a is curved, the edge of the protrusion 210 can be curved, so that the edge of the protrusion 210 can be engaged with the ridge 422a, thereby providing the rear surface 420 with high appearance integrity to improve the appearance of the mobile terminal 10. When the ridge 422a is a multi-segment line, the edge of the protrusion 210 is a multi-segment line capable of matching with the ridge 422a, so that the edge of the protrusion 210 can be joined with the ridge 422a, and the rear surface 420 has high appearance integrity, thereby improving the appearance characteristics of the mobile terminal 10. The protrusion 210 may be a part of the housing 200, for example, the protrusion 210 may be a part of the middle frame. Of course, the protrusion 210 may be a separate component and fixedly attached to the housing 200 by bonding, welding, or any other means.
Further, referring to fig. 1, the back surface 420 includes a first curved surface 403 and a second curved surface 405, the first curved surface 403 connects the first transition region 402, the second curved surface 405 connects the second transition region 404, the planar region 401 is located between the first curved surface 403 and the second curved surface 405, and an edge of the first curved surface 403 facing away from the planar region 401 forms a first side edge 425, and a side of the second curved surface 405 facing away from the planar region 401 forms a second side edge 427. Further, the rear surface 420 includes a third curved surface 407 connected between the first curved surface 403 and the second curved surface 405, the first curved surface 403, the second curved surface 405, and the third curved surface 407 are located at the outer periphery of the planar area 401, and an edge of the third curved surface 407 facing away from the planar area 401 forms a bottom edge 423.
Further, referring to fig. 2 and fig. 3, the geometric plane where the plane area 401 is located is taken as a reference plane, the first transition area 402 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the first curved surface 403, that is, the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the first side edge 425. The second transition region 404 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition region 404 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the second curved surface 405, that is, the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition region 404 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the second side edge 427, which can maintain the structural strength of the edge portion of the cell cover 400 and can make the cell cover 400 have a better appearance.
Of course, in other embodiments, the geometric plane where the plane area 401 is located is taken as a reference plane, the first transition area 402 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane is kept constant from the notch 422 to the first curved surface 403, that is, the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane is kept constant from the notch 422 to the first side edge 425. The second transition area 404 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area 404 on the reference plane can be kept constant from the notch 422 to the second curved surface 405, i.e. the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area 404 on the reference plane is kept constant from the notch 422 to the second side edge 427. Further, the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane is equal to the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area 404 on the reference plane. This arrangement makes it easy to process the first curved surface 403 and the second curved surface 405, and can maintain the structural strength of the edge portion of the cell cover 400.
In the above mobile terminal 10, since the rear surface 420 includes the plane area 401 covering the camera module 300, the ambient light can pass through the plane area 401 and be incident to the camera module 300. Because flat area 401 extends to ridge 422a of breach 422 department, the optical axis of camera module 300 can be close to top edge 421 as far as and set up, and breach 422 department has cancelled the regional back of 3D radian, and the optical axis of camera module 300 can be close to ridge 422a as far as and set up, and then makes the arrangement of mobile terminal 10's inside components and parts more compact. For example, in the mobile terminal 10 having such a structure, the arrangement of components such as a main board, a battery, and the like can be more flexible. For another example, since the camera module 300 is closer to the ridge 422a, the size occupied by the notch 422 in the length direction of the battery cover 400 may be smaller, in some embodiments, by changing the positions of some electronic components on the main board, the installation space of the battery may be increased, so as to increase the volume of the battery, and further increase the cruising ability of the mobile terminal 10.
Referring to fig. 7, in another embodiment, the mobile terminal 10 includes a display screen module 100, a case 200, a camera module 300, and a battery cover 400. The display screen module 100 can be used to display information and provide an interactive interface for a user, and the display screen module 100 can be an LCD screen or an OLED screen. The housing 200 is substantially rectangular, and the housing 200 may be sometimes referred to as a middle frame, and includes a metal base and a plurality of accessory structures such as a boss, a through hole, a counter bore, and a sink injection-molded on the metal base, and these accessory structures may be used to position the internal electronic components of the mobile terminal 10, so as to facilitate assembling the electronic components such as the display screen module 100, the main board, and the battery of the mobile terminal 10 to the housing 200 and form a reliable connection with the housing 200. The material of the metal substrate can be aluminum alloy, magnesium alloy, stainless steel or the like.
The display module 100 is connected to one side of the housing 200, and the camera module 300 is located at a back side of the displayable region of the display module 100. The battery cover 400 is connected to a side of the housing 200 away from the display module 100 and covers the camera module 300, and the battery cover 400 may be made of glass or sapphire. The battery cover 400 has a substantially rounded rectangular shape, and includes a front surface 410 and a rear surface 420 that are opposite to each other, and the front surface 410 faces the camera module 300. The battery cover 400 is provided with a notch 422 penetrating through the edge, the wall surface of the notch 422 intersects with the rear surface 420 to form a ridge 422a, and the ridge 422a can be an arc line or a plurality of lines. One embodiment of the multi-segment line is to form the notch 422 as a rectangular slot. Of course, in other embodiments, the edge 422a may also include 2 fold lines, or 3 fold lines, or more fold lines. With reference to fig. 8, the rear surface 420 includes a first transition area 402, a second transition area 404 and a planar area 401 covering the camera module 300, the first transition area 402 and the second transition area 404 are respectively located at two ends of the ridge 422a and extend to the edge of the battery cover 400, the planar area 401 is connected to the ridge 422a through a transition surface, and ambient light can pass through the planar area 401 and be incident on the camera module 300. Specifically, the portion of the planar area 401 corresponding to the camera module 300 has a relatively high transmittance, for example, the transmittance may be over 85%, and the ambient light can pass through the planar area 401 and be incident on the camera module 300. The front surface 410 of the battery cover 400, which is not used for the camera module 300 to enter light, may be transparent, or may be provided with some decorative layers such as an ink layer or an optical coating layer to beautify the appearance of the battery cover 400.
Further, referring to fig. 8, 9 and 10, a geometric plane of the plane area 401 may be used as a reference plane, the battery cover 400 forms a top edge 421, a bottom edge 423, a first side edge 425 and a second side edge 427 at an edge of a front projection of the reference plane, and a width d2 of the transition surface 409 at the front projection of the reference plane is less than 0.2 mm. The transition surface 409 may be a flat surface or a curved surface, and the transition surface 409 may be formed via a chamfer. Specifically, the transition surface 409 formed by the chamfer is a plane, and the transition surface 409 formed by the chamfer is an arc surface. The provision of the transition surface 409 can effectively reduce the stress concentration phenomenon at the top edge 421 to maintain the structural strength of the cell cover 400. In one embodiment, the orthographic projection of top edge 421 on the reference plane includes edge 422a and line segments at both ends of edge 422a, first side edge 425 includes both line segment portions and arc portions, and second side edge 427 is similar in structure to first side edge 425, although top edge 421 at both ends of edge 422a can also be arc. Bottom edge 423 connects first side edge 425 and second side edge 427, and bottom edge 423 may be a line segment or an arc. In one embodiment, camera module 300 is disposed closer to top edge 421 than bottom edge 423. Further, the first transition area 402 and the second transition area 404 may be disposed at two sides of the notch 422 in an axisymmetric manner to improve the appearance of the battery cover 400, and thus the appearance of the mobile terminal 10.
Further, referring to fig. 7 and 10, the housing 200 is provided with a protrusion 210, the protrusion 210 is accommodated in the notch 422, and an edge of the protrusion 210 is engaged with the ridge 422 a. When the ridge 422a is an arc, the edge of the protrusion 210 may be an arc, so that the edge of the protrusion 210 can be engaged with the ridge 422a, and thus the rear surface 420 has higher appearance integrity, so as to improve the appearance characteristics of the mobile terminal. When the ridge 422a is a multi-segment line, the edge of the protrusion 210 is a multi-segment line capable of matching with the ridge 422a, so that the edge of the protrusion 210 can be joined with the ridge 422a, and further the rear surface 420 has higher appearance integrity, so as to improve the appearance characteristics of the mobile terminal. The protrusion 210 may be a part of the housing 200, for example, the protrusion 210 may be a part of the middle frame. Of course, the protrusion 210 may be a separate component and fixedly attached to the housing 200 by bonding, welding, or any other means.
Referring to fig. 9, the rear surface 420 includes a first curved surface 403 and a second curved surface 405, the first curved surface 403 connects the first transition area 402, the second curved surface 405 connects the second transition area 404, the planar area 401 is located between the first curved surface 403 and the second curved surface 405, and an edge of the first curved surface 403 facing away from the planar area 401 forms a first side edge 425, and a side of the second curved surface 405 facing away from the planar area 401 forms a second side edge 427. Further, the rear surface 420 includes a third curved surface 407 connected between the first curved surface 403 and the second curved surface 405, the first curved surface 403, the second curved surface 405, and the third curved surface 407 are located at the outer periphery of the planar area 401, and an edge of the third curved surface 407 facing away from the planar area 401 forms a bottom edge 423.
Further, referring to fig. 9, with the geometric plane where the plane area 401 is located as a reference plane, the first transition area 402 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the first curved surface 403, that is, the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the first side edge 425. The second transition region 404 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition region 404 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the second curved surface 405, that is, the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition region 404 on the reference plane gradually increases from the notch 422 to the second side edge 427, which can maintain the structural strength of the edge portion of the cell cover 400 and can make the cell cover 400 have a better appearance.
Of course, in other embodiments, the geometric plane where the plane area 401 is located is taken as a reference plane, the first transition area 402 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane is kept constant from the notch 422 to the first curved surface 403, that is, the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane is kept constant from the notch 422 to the first side edge 425. The second transition area 404 is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area 404 on the reference plane can be kept constant from the notch 422 to the second curved surface 405, i.e. the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area 404 on the reference plane is kept constant from the notch 422 to the second side edge 427. Further, the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area 402 on the reference plane is equal to the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area 404 on the reference plane. This arrangement makes it easy to process the first curved surface 403 and the second curved surface 405, and can maintain the structural strength of the edge portion of the cell cover 400.
In the above mobile terminal 10, since the rear surface 420 includes the plane area 401 covering the camera module 300, the ambient light can pass through the plane area 401 and be incident to the camera module 300. Since the plane area 401 is connected to the ridge 422a through the transition surface 409, and the width d2 of the orthographic projection of the transition surface 409 on the reference plane is less than 0.2mm, the optical axis of the camera module 300 can be disposed as close to the ridge 422a as possible, so that the arrangement of the internal components of the mobile terminal 10 is more compact. For example, in the mobile terminal 10 having such a structure, the arrangement of components such as a main board, a battery, and the like can be more flexible. For another example, since the camera module 300 is closer to the ridge 422a, the size occupied by the notch 422 in the length direction of the battery cover 400 may be smaller, in some embodiments, by changing the positions of some electronic components on the main board, the installation space of the battery may be increased, so as to increase the volume of the battery, and further increase the cruising ability of the mobile terminal 10.
Referring to fig. 10, the angle of view of the camera module 300 intersects the rear surface 420 to form a boundary line a, which is circular. In one embodiment, the minimum distance d3 between the boundary line a and the ridge 422a is 1.5mm to 3.7 mm. Further, the minimum distance d3 between the boundary line a and the ridge line 422a is 2mm to 2.7 mm. Specifically, in the embodiment shown in fig. 10, the boundary line a formed by the intersection of the angle of view and the rear surface 420 is a circle, and the ridge 422a is an arc, so that the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge 422a can be defined as follows: a tangent line parallel to the width direction of the cell cover 400 is drawn at any point on the ridge 422a, and the tangent line is moved to be tangent to the boundary line a, so that the minimum moving distance of the tangent line is the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge 422 a. In other embodiments, the edge 422a is a multi-segment line, and the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the edge 422a can be defined as follows: taking the geometric plane of the plane area 401 as a reference plane, making a straight line parallel to the width direction of the cell cover 400, moving the straight line to make the straight line tangent to the boundary line, and determining the shortest distance between a point on the ridge 422a and the tangent line as the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge 422 a. Since the peripheral edge of the battery cover 400 needs to be mounted on the housing 200 by dispensing, when the minimum distance between the boundary line a and the ridge line 422a is within the above range, the optical axis of the camera module 300 can be made to be as close to the edge of the battery cover 400 as possible, and an appropriate distance can be maintained between the camera module 300 and the edge of the battery cover 400, so as to prevent the edge of the battery cover 400 from interfering with the field angle. It is understood that the angle of view of the camera module 300 is real and can be measured to determine that the intersection line of the angle of view and the rear surface 420 is a virtual line, but the boundary line a formed by the intersection of the angle of view and the rear surface 420 can be defined by printing ink on the front surface 410 of the battery cover 400 or attaching a film layer.
Referring to fig. 11, fig. 11 is a schematic structural diagram of the mobile terminal 10 according to an embodiment of the present application. The mobile terminal 10 may include Radio Frequency (RF) circuitry 501, memory 502 including one or more computer-readable storage media, input unit 503, display unit 504, sensor 504, audio circuitry 506, Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) module 507, a processor 508 including one or more processing cores, and a power supply 509. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the mobile terminal 10 configuration illustrated in FIG. 11 is not intended to be limiting of the mobile terminal 10 and may include more or less components than those illustrated, or some components in combination, or a different arrangement of components.
The rf circuit 501 may be used for receiving and transmitting information, or receiving and transmitting signals during a call, and in particular, receives downlink information of a base station and then sends the received downlink information to one or more processors 508 for processing; in addition, data relating to uplink is transmitted to the base station. In general, radio frequency circuit 501 includes, but is not limited to, an antenna, at least one Amplifier, a tuner, one or more oscillators, a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card, a transceiver, a coupler, a Low Noise Amplifier (LNA), a duplexer, and the like. In addition, the radio frequency circuit 501 may also communicate with a network and other devices through wireless communication. The wireless communication may use any communication standard or protocol, including but not limited to Global System for Mobile communications (GSM), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA), Long Term Evolution (LTE), email, Short Message Service (SMS), and the like.
The memory 502 may be used to store applications and data. Memory 502 stores applications containing executable code. The application programs may constitute various functional modules. The processor 508 executes various functional applications and data processing by executing application programs stored in the memory 502. The memory 502 may mainly include a program storage area and a data storage area, wherein the program storage area may store an operating system, an application program required by at least one function (such as a sound playing function, an image playing function, etc.), and the like; the storage data area may store data (such as audio data, a phonebook, etc.) created according to the use of the mobile terminal 10, and the like. Further, the memory 502 may include high speed random access memory, and may also include non-volatile memory, such as at least one magnetic disk storage device, flash memory device, or other volatile solid state storage device. Accordingly, the memory 502 may also include a memory controller to provide the processor 508 and the input unit 503 access to the memory 502.
The input unit 503 may be used to receive input numbers, character information, or user characteristic information (such as a fingerprint), and generate a keyboard, mouse, joystick, optical, or trackball signal input related to user setting and function control. In particular, in one particular embodiment, the input unit 503 may include a touch-sensitive surface as well as other input devices. The touch-sensitive surface, also referred to as a touch display screen or a touch pad, may collect touch operations by a user (e.g., operations by a user on or near the touch-sensitive surface using a finger, a stylus, or any other suitable object or attachment) thereon or nearby, and drive the corresponding connection device according to a predetermined program. Alternatively, the touch sensitive surface may comprise two parts, a touch detection means and a touch controller. The touch detection device detects the touch direction of a user, detects a signal brought by touch operation and transmits the signal to the touch controller; the touch controller receives touch information from the touch sensing device, converts the touch information into touch point coordinates, sends the touch point coordinates to the processor 508, and can receive and execute commands sent by the processor 508.
The display unit 504 may be used to display information input by or provided to the user as well as various graphical user interfaces of the mobile terminal 10, which may be composed of graphics, text, icons, video, and any combination thereof. The display unit 504 may include a display panel. Alternatively, the display panel may be configured in the form of a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), an Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED), or the like. Further, the touch-sensitive surface may overlay the display panel, and when a touch operation is detected on or near the touch-sensitive surface, the touch operation is transmitted to the processor 508 to determine the type of touch event, and then the processor 508 provides a corresponding visual output on the display panel according to the type of touch event. Although in FIG. 11 the touch-sensitive surface and the display panel are two separate components to implement input and output functions, in some embodiments the touch-sensitive surface may be integrated with the display panel to implement input and output functions.
The mobile terminal 10 may also include at least one sensor 505, such as a light sensor, motion sensor, and other sensors. Specifically, the light sensor may include an ambient light sensor that adjusts the brightness of the display panel according to the brightness of ambient light, and a proximity sensor that turns off the display panel and/or backlight when the mobile terminal 10 is moved to the ear. As one of the motion sensors, the gravity acceleration sensor can detect the magnitude of acceleration in each direction (generally, three axes), can detect the magnitude and direction of gravity when the mobile phone is stationary, and can be used for applications of recognizing the posture of the mobile phone (such as horizontal and vertical screen switching, related games, magnetometer posture calibration), vibration recognition related functions (such as pedometer and tapping), and the like; as for other sensors such as a gyroscope, a barometer, a hygrometer, a thermometer, and an infrared sensor, which may be further configured on the mobile terminal 10, detailed descriptions thereof are omitted.
The audio circuit 506 may provide an audio interface between a user and the mobile terminal 10 through a speaker, microphone, or the like. The audio circuit 506 can convert the received audio data into an electrical signal, transmit the electrical signal to a speaker, and convert the electrical signal into a sound signal to output; on the other hand, the microphone converts the collected sound signal into an electrical signal, which is received by the audio circuit 506 and converted into audio data, which is then processed by the audio data output processor 508 and then transmitted to, for example, another mobile terminal 10 via the radio frequency circuit 501, or the audio data is output to the memory 502 for further processing. The audio circuitry 506 may also include an earphone jack to provide peripheral earphone communication with the mobile terminal 10.
Wireless fidelity (WiFi) belongs to short-range wireless transmission technology, and the mobile terminal 10 can help the user send and receive e-mail, browse web pages, access streaming media, etc. through the wireless fidelity module 507, which provides wireless broadband internet access for the user. Although fig. 11 shows the wireless fidelity module 507, it is understood that it does not belong to the essential constitution of the mobile terminal 10, and may be omitted entirely as needed within the scope not changing the essence of the invention.
The processor 508 is a control center of the mobile terminal 10 and may be sometimes referred to as a main controller, and the processor 508 connects various parts of the entire mobile terminal 10 using various interfaces and lines, and performs various functions of the mobile terminal 10 and processes data by running or executing application programs stored in the memory 502 and calling up data stored in the memory 502, thereby performing overall monitoring of the mobile terminal 10. Optionally, processor 508 may include one or more processing cores; preferably, the processor 508 may integrate an application processor, which primarily handles operating systems, user interfaces, application programs, etc., and a modem processor, which primarily handles wireless communications. It will be appreciated that the modem processor described above may not be integrated into the processor 508.
The mobile terminal 10 also includes a power supply 509 to provide power to the various components. Preferably, the power supply 509 may be logically connected to the processor 508 through a power management system, so that the power management system may manage charging, discharging, and power consumption. The power supply 509 may also include any component such as one or more dc or ac power sources, recharging systems, power failure detection circuitry, power converters or inverters, power status indicators, and the like.
Although not shown in fig. 11, the mobile terminal 10 may further include a bluetooth module or the like, which is not described in detail herein. In specific implementation, the above modules may be implemented as independent entities, or may be combined arbitrarily to be implemented as the same or several entities, and specific implementation of the above modules may refer to the foregoing method embodiments, which are not described herein again.
The technical features of the embodiments described above may be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the embodiments described above are not described, but should be considered as being within the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features.
The above-mentioned embodiments only express several embodiments of the present application, and the description thereof is more specific and detailed, but not construed as limiting the claims. It should be noted that, for a person skilled in the art, several variations and modifications can be made without departing from the concept of the present application, which falls within the scope of protection of the present application. Therefore, the protection scope of the present patent shall be subject to the appended claims.

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1. A mobile terminal, comprising:
a housing;
the display screen module is connected to one side of the shell;
the camera module is positioned on the back side of the displayable area of the display screen module; and
the battery cover is connected to one side of the shell, which is far away from the display screen module, and covers the camera module; the battery cover comprises a front surface and a rear surface which are arranged in a reverse manner, and the front surface faces the camera module; the battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge; the rear surface comprises a first transition area, a second transition area and a plane area covering the camera module, and the first transition area and the second transition area are respectively positioned at two ends of the ridge line and extend to the edge of the battery cover; the plane area extends to the ridge line, and ambient light can pass through the plane area and enter the camera module.
2. The mobile terminal of claim 1, wherein the housing is provided with a protrusion, the protrusion is received in the notch, and an edge of the protrusion is engaged with the ridge.
3. The mobile terminal of claim 1, wherein the rear surface comprises a first curved surface and a second curved surface, the first curved surface connects the first transition region, the second curved surface connects the second transition region, and the planar region is located between the first curved surface and the second curved surface.
4. The mobile terminal of claim 3, wherein the first transition region is a curved surface, and a width of an orthographic projection of the first transition region on a reference plane gradually increases from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the second curved surface; the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located;
or the first transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the second curved surface.
5. The mobile terminal of claim 3, wherein the rear surface comprises a third curved surface connected between the first curved surface and the second curved surface, and wherein the planar area is connected to the third curved surface, and wherein the third curved surface extends to an edge of the battery cover facing away from the notch.
6. The mobile terminal according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein a viewing angle of the camera module intersects with the rear surface to form a boundary line, and a minimum distance between the boundary line and the ridge line is 2mm to 2.5 mm.
7. A battery cover is characterized by comprising a front surface and a rear surface which are arranged in a back-to-back manner, wherein the battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge; the rear surface comprises a first transition area, a second transition area and a plane area for covering the camera module, and the first transition area and the second transition area are respectively positioned at two ends of the ridge line and extend to the edge of the battery cover; the plane area extends to the ridge line, and ambient light can pass through the plane area and enter the camera module.
8. The battery cover of claim 7, wherein the ridge is an arc or a multi-segment line.
9. The battery cover of claim 7, wherein the rear surface includes a first curved surface, a second curved surface, and a third curved surface, the first curved surface connecting the first transition region, the second curved surface connecting the second transition region, the planar region located between the first curved surface and the second curved surface, the planar region connecting the third curved surface, and the third curved surface extending to an edge of the battery cover that faces away from the notch.
10. The battery cover according to claim 9, wherein the first transition region is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition region on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the second curved surface; the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located;
or the first transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the second curved surface.
11. A battery cover is characterized by comprising a front surface and a rear surface which are arranged in a back-to-back manner, wherein the battery cover is provided with a notch penetrating through the edge, and the wall surface of the notch is intersected with the rear surface to form a ridge; the rear surface comprises a first transition area, a second transition area and a plane area for covering the camera module, and the first transition area and the second transition area are respectively positioned at two ends of the ridge line and extend to the edge of the battery cover; the plane area is connected with the ridge line through a transition surface, and ambient light can penetrate through the plane area and enter the camera module; the width of the orthographic projection of the transition surface on a reference plane is less than 0.2mm, and the reference plane is a geometric plane where the plane area is located.
12. The battery cover of claim 11, wherein the back surface includes a first curved surface, a second curved surface, and a third curved surface, the first curved surface connecting the first transition region, the second curved surface connecting the second transition region, the planar region located between the first curved surface and the second curved surface, the planar region connecting the third curved surface, and the third curved surface extending to an edge of the battery cover that faces away from the notch.
13. The battery cover according to claim 11, wherein the first transition region is a curved surface, and a width of an orthographic projection of the first transition region on a reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is gradually increased from the notch to the second curved surface;
or the first transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the first transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the first curved surface; the second transition area is a curved surface, and the width of the orthographic projection of the second transition area on the reference plane is kept unchanged from the notch to the second curved surface.
14. A mobile terminal, comprising:
a housing;
the display screen module is connected to one side of the shell;
the camera module is positioned on the back side of the displayable area of the display screen module; and
the battery cover of any one of claims 11 to 13, wherein the battery cover is connected to a side of the housing facing away from the display screen module and covers the camera module, and the front surface faces the camera module.
15. The mobile terminal of claim 14, wherein a viewing angle of the camera module intersects the rear surface to form a boundary line, and a minimum distance between the boundary line and the ridge line is 2mm to 2.7 mm.
16. The mobile terminal of claim 14, wherein the housing is provided with a protrusion, the protrusion is received in the notch, and an edge of the protrusion is engaged with the ridge.
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