[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

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Powered by faster chips, beefy graphics cards, and enough RAM to game like a console, modern smartphones have become more like laptops in our pockets. Designed for those that want to do more, the Galaxy Note9 pushes the envelope further, featuring the latest and greatest chip sets, up to 8GB RAM, and a 4,000mAh battery.

But with all that power under the hood it takes some engineering magic to make sure that all the components stay cool while you’re gaming or doing some intense multitasking. Samsung has innovated smartphone cooling on the Galaxy Note9 with its all-new Water Carbon Cooling system.

Water cooling first debuted on the Galaxy S7, but Galaxy Note9 improves both the capacity and efficiency of smartphone cooling. So how did we make it happen? We’ll let our engineers fill you in on the details with notes from the creator’s lab.

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

 

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

 

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

[Tech Lab Notes #1] Galaxy Note9: Water Carbon Cooling System

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