Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra – Galaxy S23 Ultra will outperform the series phones with an impressive cooling system
Clear details have emerged about the cooling systems used in all upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones, but there seem to be some worrisome details, especially for those who plan to buy the regular Galaxy S23 model.
Galaxy S23 Ultra’s cooling system
According to sourceSamsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a stylish Vapor Chamber (VC) as part of its cooling system while Galaxy S23+ will get heat pipe based cooling. However, the regular Galaxy S23 is supposed to come without a specific cooling system, presumably bypassing some flexible graphite sheets and carefully placed components.
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It seems that Samsung may reuse the same basic cooling systems that it used in the Galaxy S22 series in some upcoming phones in the Galaxy S23 series, although there will undoubtedly be some necessary tweaks.
Galaxy S22 doesn’t have a detailed cooling system, Galaxy S22+ has a copper heatpipe, and Galaxy S22 Ultra uses a dual stainless steel vapor chamber to keep temperatures normal. It is possible that the company has made more use of Gel TIM and Nano TIM (Thermal Interface Material) for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+, but it remains to be seen if this will be a sufficient solution for the cheapest model in the series.
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A new report stated that the Galaxy S23 series will work with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor at higher frequencies, which will lead to more problems with thermal management for the upcoming Galaxy S23 smartphones. While the Galaxy S23 Ultra may be able to handle all that extra power with confidence, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ may suffer due to system cooling limitations.
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