New heat transfer technology helps keep the Galaxy S22 Ultra cool


New heat transfer technology helps keep the Galaxy S22 Ultra cool

New heat transfer technology helps keep the Galaxy S22 Ultra cool

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S22 series of flagship phones yesterday at the Unpacked 2022 event. According to sammobile, the new flagship in some markets uses the latest Exynos 2200 chip and in others the 8th generation Snapdragon chip. This information was revealed before the unveiling; But Samsung surprisingly announced the use of a new cooling system to prevent the S22 Ultra from overheating at the Unpacked event.

Samsung’s flagship 2022 has a new cooling technology that includes several upgraded elements. This phone uses a new thermal paste that can transfer heat 3.5 times more effectively, which Samsung calls “Gel-TIM”.

At the top is a piece called “Nano-TIM”. It protects against electromagnetic interference. In addition, it transfers heat better to the vapor chamber and is more resistant to pressure than similar technologies used before.

Better stable performance of the S22 Ultra

The overall design is also apparently new. The vapor chamber used to be on the PCB (printed circuit board); But now it covers a wider area from the AP (application processor) to the battery, which helps improve heat transfer.

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Steam chamber made of double stainless steel; So it is thinner and more durable. The cooling technology is complemented by a wide graphite plate that draws heat away from the vapor chamber.

Better cooling usually means that a chip can run at full capacity for longer, and Samsung’s Exynos chips are no slouch in this regard. Have had. Therefore, an updated cooling technology along with the latest AMD graphics in the Exynos 2200 looks very promising.

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