Samsung mobiles will regain their liquid cooling in 2022
We usually talk about mobiles, their features, their power and also the extras that make them special. The latter can be anything a company innovates in their gadgets and the one that hasn’t been seen recently in the high-end range is liquid cooling. But that could soon change in one of these companies with the incorporating this feature into the Samsung lineup next year.
Liquid cooling in Samsung mobiles
The appliance cooling system is a key component for any manufacturer. Not only is it necessary to mount all the components in one case, but it also has enough space to ensure air circulation as well as a ventilation system for it. But in the smartphone segment, it’s more complicated. The previous description would be valid for a computer, but the air flow is almost non-existent on a mobile.
The fact is that diffusers are not quite enough in some cases, and more help is needed so that the processor does not heat up. The best thing in these cases is to have the help of a liquid component and luckily there are phones that have this feature included. We remember, for example el Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy Note 9, but it seems that this characteristic has been forgotten. But that could change next year.
Depending on what matters Phone Arena, Samsung could be behind a new terminal for 2022 with liquid cooling. It would be a vapor chamber that would prevent the processor from overheating as we have already seen in other terminals of the firm itself or in other competing companies that have integrated this function in phones intended at video games.
Why did the use stop at Samsung?
Many may wonder why Samsung is using it again liquid cooling on your devices in 2022. The truth is that at the time it was a breakthrough, but from previous media it seems that COVID-19 and the integration of 5G were important points to allocate all resources maintain production in difficult times and integrate a new communication antenna. All this instead of prioritizing terminal cooling, although, as you can see, plans are changing and for the better in this regard.
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