OnePlus 11 Concept Phone Unwinds With Active Cryoflux –

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus recently unveiled its long-awaited OnePlus 11 Concept phone. Rumors have been circulating about this device for weeks. Although the company has also teased the smartphone in recent weeks. The fact is that this smartphone is not intended to go into production. It is designed solely to showcase the company’s new Active CryoFlux cooling solution. Have you ever heard of this term? No! Do not worry. Let’s dive in.

OnePlus 11 Concept phone shows active Cryoflux cooling technology

It’s pretty obvious that Active CryoFlux is a fancy term. It is essentially a closed loop liquid cooling system that resides in a desktop/PC. In this case, however, hugely miniaturized for a smartphone.

Let me tell you that the heart of the system is actually a ceramic piezoelectric micropump. It has the ability to circulate fluid through a series of tubes between an upper and lower diaphragm. The micropump usually takes up less than 0.2 cm² of space on the gadget. The pump circulates the fluid, which moves further around the hose that acts as a heat sink and radiator. It absorbs heat from the SoC and releases it slowly over the course of return to the pump.

OnePlus claims its new cooling technology, Active Cryoflux, will lower temperatures by up to 2.1°C. It’s pretty good for another 3-4FPS in a game. During charging, temperatures can be reduced by 1.6°C, reducing charging time by 30-45 seconds.

The rest of the features are quite cosmetic. OnePlus has used curved, transparent glass for the back, which it claims is a unibody. However, there is clearly a bezel along the sides of the concept phone. The back clearly shows the tube below, which is partially illuminated. The area around the smartphone’s camera is also illuminated and the camera also features a new Guilloche etching pattern.

It is still unknown whether OnePlus will actually implement this technology in a production smartphone or not. The company showed off an interesting photochromic camera cover class on Concept One at CES 2020. However, it was never implemented on a production device. So there’s no need for every concept feature to go into production, and sometimes it’s just cool to brag about new stuff you’ve been working on.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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