Liquid cooling is a heat dispersal system that became very popular years ago in computers designed for gaming and other high performance teams. System operation basically consists of a pipe loop containing water therein and which includes the processor heat then cooled in a radiator. Thus, cold is always maintained and prevents the processor performance by a decrease overheating.
This system, as I said at the beginning, only seen in high-performance computers, but the guys at NEC have decided to incorporate it into their latest Android smartphone, the NEC MEDIAS N-06E.
This smartphone aimed at women is the first in the world to incorporate liquid cooling inside , although its operation is just like in computers. The main difference is that one who acts as a radiator is the housing of the device itself. ‘s say after passing hot water processor, this is cooled by passing through the housing, which usually has a lower temperature than the micro.
As you can see from the image, this is achieved that the heat is distributed over the entire surface, and the temperature, as well as reduced, not concentrated in a specific point of the smartphone.
The mystery of this system is how to resist alleged beatings . Must see if a system is implemented well enough to not break easily with a little bump in our day to day. Also, is anyone’s guess how it will affect the battery , it should theoretically reduce processor energy consumption by lowering the temperature, but the fact that this system has to be constantly running may also involve consumption Extra.
Leaving aside the liquid cooling, we have a pretty good hardware, mainly composed of:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC Pro (Quad-Core) 1.7 GHz
- 2 GB of RAM
- 13 megapixel camera with LED flash and Exmor RS
- 4.7 inch HD display OLED
- LTE Connectivity
In theory, this smartphone will come not from Asia, but may serve as inspiration for future models of NEC or other companies , because the liquid cooling is something that can have a great future in the world of smartphones and tablets.