A phone is a frame structure, as it is a multitude of parts connected to an inner frame that holds all the pieces together once united for functionality. Consider this: when you drop your phone, does it smash into a million pieces, or do the outer plastic panels just break off, with the majority of the phone still intact? For every phone I’ve ever had, I’ve had the latter situation. A shell frame means the object in question retains all its strength in its outer layer, like an egg, rather than having an inner frame to which all other external components connect to. A phone is manufactured with a basic inner frame, and all the other pieces (circuit boards, microchips, battery, screen, keypad, etc.) are attached to it with pins, clasps and screws.
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