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[* black] Remember that missing earpiece speaker grille on the front of this phone? That's thanks to the "HUAWEI AcousticHuawei's "Acoustic Display Technology" speaker, which works like a [https://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/audio-music/vibration-speakers2.htm|vibration speaker aka(a.k.a. structure-borne driver|new_window=truedriver)|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] This kind of speaker works almost''almost'' like a "normal" speaker, butspeaker—but instead of vibrating a membrane to produce sound waves, this technologyit vibrates a rigid surface (the glass screen), converting the screen into a speaker.
[* black] Remember that missing earpiece speaker grille on the front of this phone? That's thanks to the "HUAWEI AcousticHuawei's "Acoustic Display Technology" speaker, which works like a [https://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/audio-music/vibration-speakers2.htm|vibration speaker aka(a.k.a. structure-borne driver|new_window=truedriver)|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] This kind of speaker works almost''almost'' like a "normal" speaker, butspeaker—but instead of vibrating a membrane to produce sound waves, this technologyit vibrates a rigid surface (the glass screen), converting the screen into a speaker.
[* black] The driving part of this module consists of a coil with a magnet in the middle. It is coupled with the part that vibrates the screen, which is glued to the back of the display.
[* black] Don't confuse it with the conventional vibration motor for alerts, which is mounted on the metal frame next to it.
[* black] Don't confuse it with the conventional vibration motor for alerts, which is mounted on the metal frame next to it.