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Étape 8
Next up, we pull out one of the smallest daughterboards we've ever seen. It's only a little more than a simple USB-C board. After that harrowing opening procedure, it's nice to see one repairability win in the 6P vs 5X comparison: a USB port mounted on a small and inexpensive daughterboard, rather than soldered onto the motherboard. The front side of the daughterboard features some control hardware and spring contacts for the LTE antenna...
  • Next up, we pull out one of the smallest daughterboards we've ever seen. It's only a little more than a simple USB-C board.

  • After that harrowing opening procedure, it's nice to see one repairability win in the 6P vs 5X comparison: a USB port mounted on a small and inexpensive daughterboard, rather than soldered onto the motherboard.

  • The front side of the daughterboard features some control hardware and spring contacts for the LTE antenna...

  • Texas Instruments TUSB320 USB type-C port controller

  • AKM Semiconductor AK8789 hall sensor

  • Skyworks SKYxxxx antenna tuner (likely)

  • ...And on the back we spy one of the 6P's three noise canceling microphones and a couple more contacts, for the vibrating motor and speaker.

Vient ensuite une des plus petites cartes filles que nous ayons jamais vues. Elle est juste un peu plus grande qu'une simple carte USB-C.

Après une procédure d'ouverture éprouvante, cela fait du bien de voir un plus en réparabilité pour le S6 par rapport au 5X : un port USB monté sur une carte fille petite et pas chère, au lieu d'être soudé à la carte mère.

La face avant de la carte fille porte du hardware de contrôle et quelques contacts à ressort avec l'antenne LTE ...

... et à l'arrière, nous découvrons un des trois microphones à réduction de bruit du 6P et une paire supplémentaire de contacts, pour le moteur du vibreur et le microphone.

[* black] Next up, we pull out one of the smallest daughterboards we've ever seen. It's only a little more than a simple USB-C board.
[* icon_note] After that harrowing opening procedure, it's nice to see one repairability win in the 6P vs 5X comparison: a USB port mounted on a small and inexpensive daughterboard, rather than [guide|51318|soldered onto the motherboard|stepid=112142|new_window=true].
[* black] The front side of the daughterboard features some control hardware and spring contacts for the LTE antenna...
+ [* red] Texas Instruments [link|https://www.ti.com/product/TUSB320|TUSB320] USB type-C port controller
+ [* orange] AKM Semiconductor [link|https://www.akm.com/tw/en/products/magnetic-sensor/hall-effect-ic/hall-effect-ic-switch/ak8789/|AK8789] hall sensor
+ [* yellow] Skyworks SKYxxxx antenna tuner (likely)
[* black] ...And on the back we spy one of the 6P's three noise canceling microphones and a couple more contacts, for the vibrating motor and speaker.

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