Fayth, 10 Aug 2018they say 'water carbon cooling system', is there actual water inside this phone?It's a marketing gimmick for "bigger heat pipe".
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2018I don't see the water cooling, probably embedded inside the copper plate?, It's pretty neat anywaysIt's sealed inside the heat pipe, the long narrow strip shaped thing which is used to transfer heat from one place to another. The plates themselves contain no liquid, they're used to absorb or dissipate the heat on either end.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2018I don't see the water cooling, probably embedded inside the copper plate?, It's pretty neat anywaysthey say 'water carbon cooling system', is there actual water inside this phone?
Stan, 10 Aug 2018Batteries are usually rated up to around 60 degrees C. At that temperature the phone will be w... moreI thought it was a design flaw in the battery itself and that the cathode ended touching other parts.
And then the second time around was the company the outsourced to had a mandatory defect due to the high demand
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2018The new copper heatsink is so close to the battery. Will the battery will be fine? As the note... moreBatteries are usually rated up to around 60 degrees C. At that temperature the phone will be way too hot to hold. It will start thermal throttling way earlier than that, and you will stop what you're doing well before it reaches that temperature, because it will be too uncomfortable to hold.
Note 7 disaster was due to a different reason - they didn't provide enough space for the battery to expand into during charge/discharge. The pressure build up caused the polymer separator to get punctured causing a short circuit, followed by a lithium fire.
I don't see the water cooling, probably embedded inside the copper plate?, It's pretty neat anyways
For those who still think that this is just another Note 8, well you're probably wrong. This has the potential to bring the almost perfect package of a flagship.
Inside hardware has a lot of changes yet people only look at the outside and said it is the same as last year. Very unfortunate.
The new copper heatsink is so close to the battery. Will the battery will be fine? As the note 8 copper strip still has some space from the battery, but this new copper bar, is so close and side to side with the battery. I dont want another note7 disaster coming to samsung. I hope they gk through all the possible effect to avoid the battery from exploding.
My S8 fell to the ground today. Not a scratch on the amazing gorilla glass, but the AMOLED now has a pixelated line near the edge... pricy repair for a drop that would normally do no harm.
it's 1cm in length, but since it isn't on a vital place I might keep it for a while. my next phone won't be a samsung though.
SKR..., 09 Aug 2018No one complains if Apple uses the same design for 4 years, but everyone underrates this beast... moreApparently because Android is available on multiple devices. Being spoiled for choice gets most people expecting something shiny every year.
If Apple licensed iOS to other manufacturers, they wouldn't get away with a 4-yr design reuse.
SKR..., 09 Aug 2018No one complains if Apple uses the same design for 4 years, but everyone underrates this beast... moreThey appear to be eager to slowly remove the curve, and I am happy about that. Only shame is that front facing camera, it is straight out of the S8. Bah humbug to that.
No one complains if Apple uses the same design for 4 years, but everyone underrates this beast despite having significant improvements over the previous generation.
From outside also, it's pretty different from Note 8, smaller bezels (significant difference in the bottom bezel size). Note 8 looked really tall (like a remote), but this phone is wider (maybe because the screen doesn't curve that much) and a bit shorter making it more like a phone.
I think they mentioned the word "water" in the context of the cooling system inside the phone during their presentation, and not copper. I could be wrong though. Should check again the presentation video.