OnePlus recently unveiled its flagship smartphone, the one plus 11, that offers best-in-class performance in a light and slim form factor, thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Processor developed by Qualcomm.
Qualcomm has pushed the boundaries of gaming performance with its latest flagship, and several OEMs have recently adopted the computing platform for their high-end smartphones. One way to increase the sustained graphics performance of a SoC is with the best cooling technology.
Ever since the OnePlus 10T, the Chinese phone manufacturer has aimed to offer gamers the best performance in an affordable and high-quality package.
OnePlus introduced today Active CryoFluxa new active cooling technology housed in a redesigned version of the One Plus 11which will be shown as a prototype at the MWC.
According to the company “In lab tests, Active CryoFlux has been shown to reduce a phone’s temperature by up to 2.1°C during gaming, improving a game’s frame rate by 3-4°C, or 1.6°C while charging , which takes 30-45 seconds to charge time“.
during the presentation, OnePlus told us that they developed Active CryoFlux by miniaturizing the cooling system of gaming PCs to fit in a smartphone. The main component of Active CryoFlux is an industrial grade piezoelectric ceramic micropump connected to tubing sandwiched between an upper and lower diaphragm. The micropump measures less than 0.2 cm2 and allows the cooling liquid to circulate around the pipes without significantly increasing the weight and thickness of the OnePlus 11 Concept.
We’re hoping to be able to run some sustained graphics performance benchmarks to validate OnePlus’ claims regarding Active CryoFlux.
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