Sick on Note 9 news yet? No? Good because we have a little more! SamsungMobile.news tweeted about yet another feature of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. Nothing really exciting this time, but a curious piece of time anyway. According to the tweet, the new phone will have copper pipes spreading under almost half of the device's back panel. Considering the note 9 will have a 6.3-inch screen and some objections, there is a lot of cooling.
One reason why Samsung's decision to use valuable phone property for cooling is that Galaxy Note 9 is rumored to allow desktop experience without the need for a dedicated DeX docking station. In addition to ports that allow you to connect your Galaxy device to an external monitor and peripherals, both Samsung's solutions ̵
1; DeX Station and DeX Pad coolers have an additional feature. This allows the smartphones to work for a longer period of time without overheating, but if note 9 should be able to do the same without the fans keeping the temperature at bay, it makes sense to have a cooler cooling solution. There will be a limitation on the direct connection, but users will be able to use a maximum of 5 programs at the same time, down from the 20 you can have opened while the device is on a DeX dock.
Of course, the improved cooling will be good when using long applications for a long time, especially during a "heated" increased Fortnite.
This is probably one of the last pieces of the Galaxy Note 9 jigsaw puzzle we assemble before the official announcement on August 9th.
source: SamsungMobile.news via MSpoweruser