Xiaomi Is Launching Mi 11 Ultra On Monday, March 29. It Has Confirmed That The Device Will Boast A Full Phase Changing Cooling Technology.
Xiaomi Is Launching The Mi 11 Ultra On Monday, March 29. With Just Two Days Left For The Event, The Company Has Been Revealing Key Features That Coming With The Device. Today, It Has Confirmed That The Device Will Boast A Full Phase Change Cooling Technology. In a Weibo post, the company says that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be the first device in the world to feature this cooling tech. If the company’s words are true, then an organic hydrocarbon material inside will change states between solid, liquid, gas.
Now, whenever the core of the chipset heats up, this element, which is originally a solid thermal pad, will change from solid to liquid for absorbing the heat inside. Now, this heat will make the liquid evaporate and in this second phase change, it transfer the heat to the complementary VC soaking plate.
Last year, the company brought a cooling system with three main elements to the Mi 10 Ultra- graphene-copper sandwich, an additional graphene sheet, and a highly conductive film. However, it is claiming that the approach to keep the device cool will be a bit different in 2021. Let’s wait for the launch on Monday to know more about it. Well, that’s not the only area where Mi 11 Ultra would focus.
The device is taking a great leap in camera tech with a probable 50MP GN2 sensor, 48MP Periscope Telephoto, and 48MP ultrawide lenses. The device is said to feature a 6.81-inch OLED QHD+ curved screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 888 chipset, up to 12GB of RAM, 5,000mAh silicon-oxygen anode battery with 67W charging.
This news was originally published at Gizmo China.