Samsung considers re-applying water cooling technology on smartphones

Samsung considers re-applying water cooling technology on smartphones


2021-07-10 00:44:13

Samsung was one of the first smartphone manufacturers to adopt cooling solutions for its products. Launched in 2016, the Galaxy S7 was one of the first phones to be water-cooled by Samsung. However, two years later, Samsung improved that technology with the Galaxy Note 9.

The Galaxy Note 9’s water-carbon cooling system is intended to compensate for overheating caused by prolonged gaming. Thanks to this innovative water-carbon cooling system, Samsung’s flagship can effectively manage the heat emitted by the processor.

Following in the footsteps of Samsung, many other mobile manufacturers decided to include cooling systems in their phone systems, especially gaming smartphone companies such as Asus, Razer, Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo.

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the rollout of 5G, so smartphone manufacturers stopped adding cooling solutions inside their phones to cut costs.

According to Digitimes, this is about to change as Samsung is rethinking the application of water cooling technology to smartphones in the future. Several reports from sources in Samsung’s supply chain revealed that, while competition among cooling solution providers is fierce on price, Taiwanese suppliers have an advantage in terms of quality.

Recent rumors have aroused the interest of Taiwanese (Chinese) suppliers to the point that some are starting to ready supply chains for potential orders.


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