OnePlus 11 Concept is finally have something to cheer about. The amazing cooling system in the latest OnePlus 11 is making headlines. At MWC Barcelona, OnePlus reveals the OnePlus 11 Concept device with glowing blue pipelines on the back. The active CryoFlux cooling system plays an important role in this concept.
At first, the device may look flashy, but there is nothing to worry about as we say, “beauty with mind”. The OnePlus 11 can be summed up as beauty with innovation. The company claims that the cooling technology will ensure better phone performance while playing games. It will also increase the charging speed.
With OnePlus 11 concept device, you will get a physically spinning fan that will surely have a size, noise and weight. We have seen the similar technology in smartphones like Nubia and smartphone cooling accessories from Asus and Razer.
OnePlus 11 Concept Device’s Special Performance:
The OnePlus 11 boasts two quoted performance benefits, such as a 2.1 degree Celcius temperature drop while playing games. The cooling technology of OnePlus 11 5G is the company’s trump card. The company claims that this technology can increase performance by 3 to 4 frames per second during charging or gaming.
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The Active CryoFlux cooling system can reduce the temperature by 1.6 degrees Celcius. As a result, the charging speed can increase by 30 to 45 seconds. All this seems amazing. Unfortunately, OnePlus was not able to present all these advantages while presenting the OnePlus 6t OS 11 during MWC 2023. These claims are made by the company, so we can put our faith in these words.
According to the company, an “industrial-grade piezoelectric ceramic micropump” pushes the cooling fluid through the pipes. It occupies less than 0.2cm² of space. The thickness remains ineffective despite having a unique cooling system. However, we can assume that there could have been adjustment in internal components.
The OnePlus 11 concept device includes the Active CryoFlux cooling system, as shown in the MWC demonstration. However, we are not sure if consumer devices will have this feature. The uncertainty is there because the company has shown similar concept devices in the past but never released them. Let’s hope the OnePlus 11 concept device doesn’t suffer the same fate.