Last month, OnePlus confirmed that, for 2021, they will not be releasing a “T” series handset, which means we won’t be getting the OnePlus 9T. However, the company later confirmed that they will be launching the OnePlus 9RT, the successor to the OnePlus 9R announced earlier this year.
Now the company has put together some additional details about the phone, such as how it comes with a water cooler that looks the best from any OnePlus device, and will also be compared to the tablet softening software.
But OnePlus also said that the OnePlus 9RT will feature chamber vapor with a large amount of graphene. It appears that the device will be allowed to dissipate heat over a range of 19,067.44 mm. OnePlus also says that using a metal frame for the phone will allow for more cooling, but whether or not this is the only false market if it lives up to its claims. should be seen.
It’s important to pay attention to electrical appliances, especially devices like phones that are sure to be small and thin enough to fit a fan like yours on a laptop or desktop computer. OnePlus won’t be the first to use a steam room for cooling, so it’ll be interesting to see how it stands out against the competition.
Keeping a cool phone also means the battery health / life of the device can be extended, and apps that may require more power generation will be able to run at better conditions than do not sit or delay when the phone is too hot. The OnePlus 9RT is now set for launch on the 13th of October.