galaxy s22: Samsung may opt for a different cooling mechanism in the Galaxy S22 series, here’s why – Times of India
Earlier, we have been hearing reports and rumours that Samsung is planning to use vapour-chamber cooling on the S22 series. Now, Android Authority reports this might not be the case. Instead of going with vapour chamber cooling, Samsung may use multi-layered thermal graphite pads for heat dissipation, claims tipster FrontTron on Twitter. The reason is said to be cost-cutting.
Samsung had used the vapour chamber cooling technology for the Galaxy S10 series while with the Galaxy Note 20 phones, the company was using two types of cooling solutions, with some models equipped with copper vapour chambers while others had graphite thermal pads. Being a smartphone with vapour chamber cooling was a big deal in the markets for quite some time, something which Samsung cashed in despite the high costs as it sold a large number of phones too. But now, the novelty factor is gone and since the Exynos phones have been known to have poor heat dissipation when put to the grind, it is the right time for Samsung to improve its prospects at internal cooling tech and bring in something else, which is why the claims by FrontTron are looking to be plausible.
The Galaxy S22 smartphone could launch next year. The series is expected to comprise the S22, the S22+ and the S22 Ultra. The Galaxy S22 could feature a 6.06-inch FHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, the S22+ a 6.55-inch one with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra is speculated to come with a 6.8-inch QHD+ 120Hz display. The Galaxy S22 Ultra may sport a 108MP primary camera at the rear, accompanied by the 12MP ultra-wide lens and could also have a special camera sensor for zooming purposes.
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