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Étape 15
The flat display on the S10e is just barely less scary to remove than the curved S10 screen. Unfortunately, we doubt either of these displays will live to play another game of Fortnite. The S10e has no cool ultrasonic technology glued to the back of its display, but it does have a familiar face: Samsung's S6SY761X touch controller IC—the same IC the S9 displays sported last year, and the S8 phones before them.
  • The flat display on the S10e is just barely less scary to remove than the curved S10 screen. Unfortunately, we doubt either of these displays will live to play another game of Fortnite.

  • The S10e has no cool ultrasonic technology glued to the back of its display, but it does have a familiar face:

  • Samsung's S6SY761X touch controller IC—the same IC the S9 displays sported last year, and the S8 phones before them.

  • GigaDevice GD25LH40C 4 Mb Serial Flash Memory

  • Here's a closer look at that capacitive touch sensor we mentioned earlier, integrated into the power button.

  • This tech is less flashy, but far more reliable than anything under the screen to-date.

  • Unfortunately this repair procedure leaves much to be desired, requiring full screen removal to access the button.

L'écran plat du S10e est à peine moins casse-pieds à enlever que l'écran incurvé du S10. Malheureusement, nous doutons fortement qu'un de ces écrans puisse recommencer à jouer à Fornite.

Pas de technologie à ultrasons collée au dos de l'écran du S10e, mais une tête connue :

CI contrôleur de la vitre tactile S6SY761X Samsung, le même CI que dans les écrans du S9 et du S8.

Voici une vue détaillée du capteur tactile capacitif mentionné plus tôt et qui est intégré au bouton d'alimentation.

Cette technologie est moins impressionnante, mais bien plus fiable que les trucs à la mode situés sous les écrans.

Malheureusement, cette procédure de réparation laisse encore beaucoup à désirer. Il est nécessaire de retirer tout l'écran pour accéder au bouton.

[* black] The flat display on the S10e is just ''barely'' less scary to remove than the curved S10 screen. Unfortunately, we doubt either of these displays will live to play another game of Fortnite.
[* black] The S10e has no cool ultrasonic technology glued to the back of its display, but it does have a familiar face:
[* red] Samsung's S6SY761X touch controller IC—the same IC the [guide|104308|S9|stepid=195681|new_window=true] displays sported last year, and the S8 phones before them.
+ [* orange] GigaDevice GD25LH40C 4 Mb Serial Flash Memory
[* black] [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/6PVt4HENbvqZbnbo.full|Here's a closer look|new_window=true] at that capacitive touch sensor we mentioned earlier, integrated into the power button.
[* icon_note] This tech is less flashy, but far more reliable than anything [https://daringfireball.net/linked/2019/03/01/chen-s10-fingerprint-sensor|under the screen|new_window=true] to-date.
[* black] Unfortunately this repair procedure leaves much to be desired, requiring full screen removal to access the button.

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