While Apple effortlessly leapfrogs android phones in benchmarks, the only way for android manufacturers to get ahead is by using heat pipes and duct tape?
user, 21 Jan 2017yest,this is it,these oint we are voming now... well, handphone need heatpipe!!! its jus... moreDual core? Have you even heard of daydream? Virtual reality? It needs octa cores for starters because of heat issues and battery drain, even processors go for lower semiconductor fabrications to address those problems... go play with your iphone while were on VR
Why can't people who post hear learn to read? This is about the S series, not the Note series. People claiming their S7's are running hot are full of it, I play games for 1-2 hours consecutively on mine without it so much as getting warm. Half of you complaining about the phone probably don't even own one. Go troll elsewhere.
yest,this is it,these oint we are voming now...
well, handphone need heatpipe!!!
its just nosense at all,but guity is buyers wich want all of time faster and faster and more pixel they sceens and of cozvery year more cpu's inside it.
i alwyas say its just b-shit
FHD screen is enough and max top is 4 core cpu,but i think dual core is ok, if operation program made well and NOT relase every year new beat version.
best phone now and i think keep it long time is s7 note 5, onplus 3 and few more.
anything up that should crash and recycle.
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2017"Allegedly, Samsung considered moving to a two-pipe design, but ultimately decided to stick wi... moreMaybe you have the two phones confused. This article is about the s7 not the infamous note 7. The s7 has a heat pipe
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017So, it is same! What is the new or improvement?Nothing, I'm guessing since i have the s7 edge and my cousin has the s6 edge the only difderence is mines is supposed to be water proof SMH keep making the same phone and giving it a different name
Anil, 21 Jan 2017Maybe install a cpu fan! ;-) Now that's a good idea since im on my s7 edge right now and its hot,I've only been.on it for 15 minutes😔
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2017@Gsmarena i believe then not s7 but sony z series was first to introduce this heatpipeTrue Sony xperia z series were the first
mir, 21 Jan 2017But the previous one had a heatpipe as well. As stated by the article.So, it is same! What is the new or improvement?
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017Add in a heatpipe means the battery size must be smaller than previous one.But the previous one had a heatpipe as well. As stated by the article.
Add in a heatpipe means the battery size must be smaller than previous one.
mir, 20 Jan 2017In light of the Note 7 disaster. We could say that this generation from Samsung will be one of... moreI totally agree to your statement however, as a ComSci student, the placement of the heat pipe in the photo they provided will much likely not help, as you have noticed, PCs and laptops still heats up even with bigger heat pipes and openings around it, S8 is waterproof as we have known, heat pipes will not have any exhaust in this case if S8 has no exhaust, but til then, we'll have to wait for the actual performance and judgement
SAMSUNG already know the issues with NOTE7 heat problems, if that can not be rectified then people may still like to wait before making final purchase decision of how this new handset is actually performing more then speed and performance it is now a question about reliability. A better device that can blow ur mind but not the house.
LG was primitive and too dumb because they didn't use heat pipes in G5. They were working on useless gimmicks like modularity and wide angle camera instead of useful things like heat pipes.
If G6 will have non-removable battery, it will be the worst decision from LG.