One of the most literal changes Samsung made to Galaxy Note 9 is the battery. Exceeding even the terrible Galaxy Note 7, the 4000 mAh battery in Galaxy Note 9 can cause anyone to be owners any concern. Therefore, Samsung continues to talk about its new "carbon cooling system" that will seal both heat and fear. Of course, this has gotten the attention of JerryRigEverything who pats phablet from each other to see what all the fuss is about.
However, before you can get to the cooling system, you must almost get it all out first. And as with a snug smartphone, it's always a risky venture to get the glass back. Fortunately, teardown experts are well experts in that case already.
Having said that after the back comes off, it is mostly smooth sailing from that point. Everything else is held down with screws. Aside from the battery, which Zack Nelson jokes are strong enough to hold an elephant in the ceiling. It's not necessary to remove it, but just to get to the real meat in teardown.
The Galaxy Note 9 heat sink is obviously larger than the Galaxy Note 8's and was comparable to the Razer Gaming phone, Nelson notes. Above the heat pipe is a large copper plate that really helps with spreading. By cutting the flat pipe open, there is no sign of fluid that would immediately evaporate the moment the tube was opened. There was also no sign of carbon material, though.
It may simply be marketing jargon, but Galaxy Note 9 is generous use of copper throughout the site, which inspires confidence, as some tests make rounds over the Internet seem to be mostly supports. So far, pre-order numbers can give Samsung some hope, although it's still too early to tell if this will not end up burning them as 2016.